|Location:||Tel-Aviv, Israel.||Developer:||Azrieli Group.|
|Project Type:||Commercial.||Scope of Project:||200000 (m²), 57 floors, 238 (m) height|
|Architect:||Moshe Zur Architects and Urbanists.|
|Structural engineering:||Eng. S. Miller, David Engineering Ltd.|
The architectural solution of the largest office and commercial project in the Sarona compound in central Tel Aviv was to create two vertical, rectangular connected masses and twist them slightly around two different axes. The result is a twisted tower, the base of which lies parallel to the Sarona pedestrian routes. Every view of the tower offers a new, different perspective. The division into two masses creates vertical proportions, which, together with the twisted effect, forms a spatial, sculptural three-dimensional object that makes a dramatic impact on its surroundings.