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ZAERA POLO

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SANCHINARRO (?)

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ZAERA POLO

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SANCHINARRO (?)

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http-~~-//img137.imageshack.us/img137/9784/01sp3.jpgIndian tycoon Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, India's largest private sector company, has been mooting the idea of a groundbreaking residence for his family for almost a decade. As is company is leading the charge in Indian real estate, with massive SEZs planned to come up across the country, Ambani wanted his residence, located at Altamount Road, in the heart of Mumbai's skyscraper construction scene, to reflect the future of Indian construction.

The design of the Residence Antilia, as it came to be called, was kept a close secret even after construction started a couple months ago. Several days ago, he finally approved the release of the building's design to the public.


The Perkins + Will-designed 27 storey tower already under construction is planned to be the greenest in Mumbai (in apparent conflict with the Park Hyatt Tower and Lodha Bellissimo, which also claim the tag.) Like most capital projects in Mumbai, and reflective of Indian architecture and ancient Indian Vaastu Design, these buildings are to be garden buildings that, since they are skyscrapers, appropriately embody the garden-in-the-sky concept.

Residence Antilia goes one step further. It is designed as the largest and tallest "living wall" in the world -- a seamless, vertical garden that encompasses all walls of the building climbing to the 40th floor. Within this Vaastu tradition, the spine is regarded as the main source of support of the building, symbolically leading upward toward enlightenment. The various floor planes encombass a variety of garden tiers, terraces, water falls, ponds, recreational facilities, and enclosed, living areas that takes advantage of the most spectacular views of Mumbai and its waterfront.

You can see this goal in even the original plan of the tower:

http-~~-//img152.imageshack.us/img152/5692/22400835ga3.jpgThe building's height is significant. At 245m, it will be one of the tallest buildings in Mumbai. Although it only has only 40 floors, due to the non-standard design of the building, using the Indian construction standard of about 3.5m/floor, it will have the virtual height of a 70 storey tower, and will rival the nearby Imperial Twin Towers in height.

The tower will have 6 floors of parking; several floors of just gardens; a couple "entertainment" floors including a massive theater; 2 floors of guest apartments, and various floors dedicated to the kitchen, laundry and other services. Reliance Corporate offices will be in the bottom floors and the private Ambani family residence will make up the topmost several floors. A helipad is designed on top, but there is mixed reports on whether this feature has been actually approved by the authorities.

Construction is well underway, can can be seen in the skyline. With nearly two floors being added every day, construction is expected to be completed by November, 2008.

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Source: Mumbai Mirror
1 June 2007
The Globe and Mail

Residence Antilia, which one architecture website is calling “a 21st century version of the hanging gardens of Babylon,” will rise to a height of 173 metres, equivalent to that of a regular 60-storey residential building. However, it will have only 27 storeys.

Residents India's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, his wife Neeta, their three children, Mr. Ambani's mother Kokilaben and 600 full-time staff.

Helipad The plan states that three helipads are to be built on the complex.

Maintenance and air-space floors Two floors will be set aside as maintenance areas. And at the very top will be an “air-space floor,” which will house a control room for helicopters.

Family floor The four floors at the top, which will provide a view of the Arabian Sea and the city's skyline, will be for the Ambani family.

Guest floors A two-storey, glass-fronted apartment will house family guests. One more refuge floor and one floor for mechanical works will be built on top of these apartments.

Health floors The 10th and 11th floors will be home to a health club and a swimming pool.

Refuge floor The ninth floor will a “refuge” floor for rescue in emergencies.

Entertainment floor The eighth floor will have an entertainment centre, featuring a 50-seat theatre.

Balconies with gardens The theatre's roof will serve as a garden. Three other balconies with terrace gardens will be independent floors.

Car maintenance Family cars will be serviced and maintained on the seventh floor.

Parking The first six floors will serve as a 168-space parking garage for the Ambani family.

Living wall One side of the building's outer skin has been designed to accommodate vines running up to the 40th floor.



in http://deputy-dog.com/2007/11/22/top-9-unique-structures-soon-to-be-built/ e http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?p=13502687

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http-~~-//img137.imageshack.us/img137/9784/01sp3.jpgIndian tycoon Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries, India's largest private sector company, has been mooting the idea of a groundbreaking residence for his family for almost a decade. As is company is leading the charge in Indian real estate, with massive SEZs planned to come up across the country, Ambani wanted his residence, located at Altamount Road, in the heart of Mumbai's skyscraper construction scene, to reflect the future of Indian construction.

The design of the Residence Antilia, as it came to be called, was kept a close secret even after construction started a couple months ago. Several days ago, he finally approved the release of the building's design to the public.


The Perkins + Will-designed 27 storey tower already under construction is planned to be the greenest in Mumbai (in apparent conflict with the Park Hyatt Tower and Lodha Bellissimo, which also claim the tag.) Like most capital projects in Mumbai, and reflective of Indian architecture and ancient Indian Vaastu Design, these buildings are to be garden buildings that, since they are skyscrapers, appropriately embody the garden-in-the-sky concept.

Residence Antilia goes one step further. It is designed as the largest and tallest "living wall" in the world -- a seamless, vertical garden that encompasses all walls of the building climbing to the 40th floor. Within this Vaastu tradition, the spine is regarded as the main source of support of the building, symbolically leading upward toward enlightenment. The various floor planes encombass a variety of garden tiers, terraces, water falls, ponds, recreational facilities, and enclosed, living areas that takes advantage of the most spectacular views of Mumbai and its waterfront.

You can see this goal in even the original plan of the tower:

http-~~-//img152.imageshack.us/img152/5692/22400835ga3.jpgThe building's height is significant. At 245m, it will be one of the tallest buildings in Mumbai. Although it only has only 40 floors, due to the non-standard design of the building, using the Indian construction standard of about 3.5m/floor, it will have the virtual height of a 70 storey tower, and will rival the nearby Imperial Twin Towers in height.

The tower will have 6 floors of parking; several floors of just gardens; a couple "entertainment" floors including a massive theater; 2 floors of guest apartments, and various floors dedicated to the kitchen, laundry and other services. Reliance Corporate offices will be in the bottom floors and the private Ambani family residence will make up the topmost several floors. A helipad is designed on top, but there is mixed reports on whether this feature has been actually approved by the authorities.

Construction is well underway, can can be seen in the skyline. With nearly two floors being added every day, construction is expected to be completed by November, 2008.

http-~~-//img153.imageshack.us/img153/8980/071018perkinswill3tc0.jpgHanging gardens of Mumbai
Source: Mumbai Mirror
1 June 2007
The Globe and Mail

Residence Antilia, which one architecture website is calling “a 21st century version of the hanging gardens of Babylon,” will rise to a height of 173 metres, equivalent to that of a regular 60-storey residential building. However, it will have only 27 storeys.

Residents India's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, his wife Neeta, their three children, Mr. Ambani's mother Kokilaben and 600 full-time staff.

Helipad The plan states that three helipads are to be built on the complex.

Maintenance and air-space floors Two floors will be set aside as maintenance areas. And at the very top will be an “air-space floor,” which will house a control room for helicopters.

Family floor The four floors at the top, which will provide a view of the Arabian Sea and the city's skyline, will be for the Ambani family.

Guest floors A two-storey, glass-fronted apartment will house family guests. One more refuge floor and one floor for mechanical works will be built on top of these apartments.

Health floors The 10th and 11th floors will be home to a health club and a swimming pool.

Refuge floor The ninth floor will a “refuge” floor for rescue in emergencies.

Entertainment floor The eighth floor will have an entertainment centre, featuring a 50-seat theatre.

Balconies with gardens The theatre's roof will serve as a garden. Three other balconies with terrace gardens will be independent floors.

Car maintenance Family cars will be serviced and maintained on the seventh floor.

Parking The first six floors will serve as a 168-space parking garage for the Ambani family.

Living wall One side of the building's outer skin has been designed to accommodate vines running up to the 40th floor.



in http://deputy-dog.com/2007/11/22/top-9-unique-structures-soon-to-be-built/ e http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?p=13502687

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FULL MOON RISING

Heerim Architects has attempted to reinvent the skyscraper beyond the traditional with two lunar inspired projects in the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The Korean firm has dreamed up Full Moon Bay and Caspian Plus that includes Crescent Place on neighbouring peninsulas in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku that look on to the Caspian Sea - the two projects on opposite extremes of the same bay acting as gateway markers.

Hotel Full Moon is essentially a disc with rounded edges and a hole in one of the top corners that appears radically different to the view depending on the angle it is seen from. The frontage thanks to the bulging centre makes it appear more like a glass death star whilst the side profile is more than a little gherkinesque.

Changing appearance depending on the view is reinforced by the cladding treatment the architect has selected. The front will have a glass diagrid whilst the back will be covered with hexagonal honeycombs.

This main building will be a 35 storey luxury hotel with 104,182 square metres of space for only 382 rooms, a relatively small amount of rooms given the sheer size of the internal space on offer. It will reach a maximum height of 158.68 metres.

The hotel is linked via a zoomorphically shaped podium that snakes curvaceously around the boundaries of the site to two residential apartment blocks entitled Palace of Wind 1 and 2.

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Um projecto simplesmente original numa cidade que fica nos confins da Europa. Baku para quem nao sabe foi uma especie de Dubai no final do sec XIX. E hoje pretende voltar a ter esse papel desde que se tornou independente da Russia.

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FULL MOON RISING

Heerim Architects has attempted to reinvent the skyscraper beyond the traditional with two lunar inspired projects in the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The Korean firm has dreamed up Full Moon Bay and Caspian Plus that includes Crescent Place on neighbouring peninsulas in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku that look on to the Caspian Sea - the two projects on opposite extremes of the same bay acting as gateway markers.

Hotel Full Moon is essentially a disc with rounded edges and a hole in one of the top corners that appears radically different to the view depending on the angle it is seen from. The frontage thanks to the bulging centre makes it appear more like a glass death star whilst the side profile is more than a little gherkinesque.

Changing appearance depending on the view is reinforced by the cladding treatment the architect has selected. The front will have a glass diagrid whilst the back will be covered with hexagonal honeycombs.

This main building will be a 35 storey luxury hotel with 104,182 square metres of space for only 382 rooms, a relatively small amount of rooms given the sheer size of the internal space on offer. It will reach a maximum height of 158.68 metres.

The hotel is linked via a zoomorphically shaped podium that snakes curvaceously around the boundaries of the site to two residential apartment blocks entitled Palace of Wind 1 and 2.

http-~~-//img.photobucket.com/albums/v302/ganjaganja/1357FullMoonRising_pic1.jpg

Um projecto simplesmente original numa cidade que fica nos confins da Europa. Baku para quem nao sabe foi uma especie de Dubai no final do sec XIX. E hoje pretende voltar a ter esse papel desde que se tornou independente da Russia.

http-~~-//img.photobucket.com/albums/v302/ganjaganja/1357FullMoonRising_pic3.jpg

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PROJECTOS URBANISTICOS

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PROJECTOS ARQUITECTONICOS

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Algures em Meca.

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Um Hospital.

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Em Meca. Faz-me lembrar os projectos estalinistas dos anos 20/30.

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Prince al-Walid bin Talal is currently planning to build a tower in a new city near the Red Sea town of Jeddah that is literally a mile high. At 5,250 ft. and a cost of approximately $10 million, it will double the size of any competitors.

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No tower current or under construction will exceed 2.300 ft. Construction workers will be lifted by helicopter to the top. This project sounds very dangerous!


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SuaKay Arquitectos

Mamaia Beach Residence, Romenia

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