24 October 2019

D&A

Overlapping emblem

Ferminnan + Spagnoletta architects have unveiled designs for a kaleidoscopic skyscraper hotel in Berlin. The emblematic hotel located between Alexanderplatz and The Hackescher Market in the German capital focuses on overlapping volumes with the project’s metal patterned facades allowing the building’s skin to breathe and act as a filter for incoming and outgoing light while simultaneously showcasing scale. It is reported the 545 ft tall building structure will contain two hundred and sixty apartments and rooms of various types catering to different needs. The stylish interiors provide warm atmospheres bathed in light and the bedroom’s design has taken into consideration three important points: originality, luxury, and freedom. The end result is a strong identity blended with an ideal ambiance which results in a relaxing stay. The city’s iconic skyline, a blend of historical and modern structures, has in recent years shown a vertical trend leading the designers to focus on the construction of the 43 storied skyscorcher.
 

 

 

 

 

Business scraper

The Hyundai Motor Group has announced plans to begin construction of a 105-storey skyscraper in the South Korean capital in early 2017. It is reported the company has appointed Korean architect Kim Jong-Sung as the head of the multibillion-dollar landmark business complex Hyundai Global Business Center on a 79,342 sq m site in Seoul. Hyundai aims to finish construction of the 553m building by 2021. The structure will include business offices, a convention centre, a hotel, and a shopping area. The main tower of the complex will house the 560,000 sq m Global Business Centre which will include an observation platform on the top two floors. The project will also include five other separate buildings which will house hotel and business spaces; two three-storey structures for international standard exhibitions and a convention centre; a seven-storey building for performances; and an eight-storey building for sales facilities.




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