Grand Tower Moscow

The Grand Tower Moscow project is a skyscraper complex planned by Werner Sobek and newly built over an existing basement structure. It consists of a base building on which slender twin towers sit. The base building covers the entire ground plan of the existing basement and is approx. 65 m high. The twin towers have a curved ground plan with dimensions of approx. 76 x 96 m. They are only accessible on individual levels via light roofs. They are only connected to each other on individual levels via light bridge constructions and bracing.

Twin Towers with Curved Ground Plan

The total height of the building complex is 275 and 283 m respectively (including the wind screens that form the end of the two towers). Twelve of the total of 50 storeys are designed as two-storey buildings. While the high-rise buildings are reserved for office use, the base building contains several parking floors, a spa area, a restaurant, shops and a conference area.

The total height of the building complex is 275 and 283 m respectively (including the wind screens that form the end of the two towers). Twelve of the total of 50 storeys are designed as two-storey buildings. While the high-rise buildings are reserved for office use, the base building has several parking floors, a spa area, a restaurant, shops and a conference area.

Architecture
Werner Sobek, Moscow/Russia

Planning time
2012 − 2015

Construction time
2014 − 2022

Services by Werner Sobek
Design
General planning
Object planning
Structural engineering
Facade engineering
LEED precertification
Sustainability and energy design

GFA
390,000 m²

Client
OOO “GRANDTITUL”, Moscow/Russia

Images
Werner Sobek, Stuttgart/Germany

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