Vertical architecture system, on which one can walk
Now we want to provide is a work of modern architecture, which completely changed the ideas of the high-rise buildings of the 21st century. It’s a kind of vertical city, which is surrounded by large ramps, such as by roads.
It has incorporated various techniques to win sustainable energy. Still it has built a super great system for organizing waste collection and water drainage. It therefore represents a vertical ecosystem on which one can walk.
The Tower has various functions and was created for a contest for high-rise buildings. The project has won and we’d be surprising’s on Freshideen if it would be different.
Architecture of the future – a vertical ecosystem
The construction of this building in London was planned. It consists of six structural stainless steel tubes. They are based on two ramps and to connect different vertical elements. These serve as surfaces for people, led by energy, water, waste and are prefabricated module elements. All of these elements are put together on the surface of the structure and thus expand the six pillars. The whole thing from the beginning as a configuration of open plan and flexible rooms, which have been adapted to a number of programs has been provided.
Modern architecture – the winner of the competition
The shape of the architecture is provided with regard to appropriate functions. To strengthening the passive energy and reduce the need for artificial light, ventilation and cooling. Various programmatic elements are distributed vertically along the two ramps and are connected by bridges. The ‘endless’ ramps weave and meander between the parts of the building and lift out far above the ground.
Open plan and flexible rooms
Plazas and communal rooms are located on different floors. Offer views of the city. You create dynamic spaces where you can entertain themselves and others – where you can retreat.
The General design takes on the character of urban
Thus the Tower in the urban landscape is inscribed seamlessly
The place of the planned high-rise building in a London neighbourhood
Project and plan