Skyland Towers Istanbul

Skyland Towers is a high-rise complex in Istanbul. Its three towers are the tallest buildings in Turkey to date. Two of them are 293.1 m high each – one of them is intended for residential use, the other for office use. The third tower reaches a height of 179.1 m and is used as a hotel.

Highly Efficient, Economical and Resource-Saving

The facade of the high-rise buildings was planned by Werner Sobek. The aim was to develop a highly efficient facade that is as economical and resource-saving as possible. And at the same time offers its users maximum comfort. In addition, it was important to use local resources as far as possible.

Architecture
Tago Architects, Istanbul/Turkey

Planning time

2011 − 2014

Construction time
2013 − 2016

Services by Werner Sobek
Facade engineering

GFA
284,000 m²

Client
Eroglu Gayrimenkul Gelistirme ve Yatirim A.S.

Renderings
Tago Architects, Istanbul/Turkey

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