Mivtza Kadesh Tower

> Client
Sheinfeld Co.
> Date
2003
> Lot Area
2,500 sqm
> Build Area
12,500 sqm
> Location
Abba Hillel / Mivza Kadesh st. Bnei-Brak
<p class="p1" dir="rtl"><span class="s1">˂</span>&nbsp;Keeping the tower separate from the existing office building by designing a space between them, up to the 8th floor</p>

˂ Keeping the tower separate from the existing office building by designing a space between them, up to the 8th floor

<p class="p1" dir="rtl"><span class="s1">˂</span>&nbsp;Typical floor: due to the relatively small floor area, the core area will be reduced to the minimum.</p>

˂ Typical floor: due to the relatively small floor area, the core area will be reduced to the minimum.

The project is located on one of the most exceptional sites in the Dan region, at the junction of major metropolitan highways, opposite the Ayalon commercial center in Ramat Gan.

Our office has prepared an urban building plan, in which a 20-floor tower will be built on part of the 2.5 dunam (0.62 acre) site, on which there is an existing 5-floor office building. The planned tower utilizes all the building rights of the site, taking into account the relationship with and the separation from the existing building. Given a limited site footprint, the tower is designed as a "core" that is extended outwards at various levels. At the street level, a public square is planned, integrated into the environment. For this location at the junction of main highways, an international architectural language was chosen, emphasizing the character of the tower as an independent cosmopolitan entity. The outside envelope was designed in order to emphasize the contrast between the "heavy" core and the "floating" attachments.

The design principle - Taking the existing building into consideration , while emphasizing the uniqueness of the tower.

The economic principle - Utilizing the maximum building rights (350% of the gross area), concentrated in a tower on a small footprint (1.25 dunam (0.31 acres) net).