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A4 (Il Primo) Tower is a 76 story residential tower, with 3-storey mixed-use podium and 6-level basements. Located on plot A4, adjacent to the newly constructed Dubai Opera House and Burj Khalifa, the development is strategically located in the heart of the new Opera District, within Downtown Dubai.
One of the critical acoustic design elements for all types of buildings is to ensure that the façade provides sufficient sound insulation to enable the occupants to go about their daily activities without being disturbed by unwanted noise from external sources such as road traffic and airplanes.
Bahria Iconic Tower is primarily a 65 storey office tower, with a 3 storey retail podium, 5 level basement car parking and two independent 6 level parking structures. It is located on Plots 5&6 in the Clifton Quarters area of Karachi in Pakistan. The current estimated total gross floor area is 230,307 square metres, office tower (5B+G+M+59 Floors).
Apart from its extreme slenderness, it is perhaps the simplicity of 432 Park Avenue’s structure that has already made it a favourite landmark on the skyline...
The Burj Mohammed Bin Rashid tower is part of the World Trade Center (Abu Dhabi) complex. Situated in the heart of the city, the 700,000m² mixed-use complex replaces the former Central Market (or Souk), and features this 88-storey residential tower and a 58-storey office tower.
The 306 m high iconic tower has redefined the London skyline and is already an international symbol for London. The project was developed by Sellar Property Group in association with London Bridge Quarter Ltd and designed by the Italian architect, Renzo Piano.
We are heavily involved in the reconstruction of the World Trade Center, overcoming the many complexities of this high profile and sensitive site and setting new standards of design and construction.
Recently Buildings and Structures Director Brian Hillesdon caught up with The National to discuss the future of tall towers and more specifically talking about what UAE developers need to keep track of to change lifestyles and prevent their towers becoming obsolete.
The high costs of constructing mega-tall towers means that space at their upper reaches is typically only within reach of the wealthiest occupiers, which means international grade AAA offices, 6-star hotels and luxury apartments. There can therefore be no compromise on quality. The occupants of mega-tall towers do not expect to have to queue for the lift, or to have to cram in once it arrives.