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Beirut Terraces – Beirut, Lebanon

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Building Name: Beirut Terraces
Address: Plot 1801 and Plot 1802, Block 18, Beirut Central District, Lebanon
Completion: 2016
Architect: Herzog and de Meuron
Executive Architect: Khatib & Alami
Project Architects: Tobias Winkelmann, Ursula Hürzeler
Planning Engineer: Hill International
Building Dimensions: Base: 216 x 216ft, Tower: 53,70m x 53,70m / 177 x 177ft
Height: 392ft

AE Interests: Five principles define the project: layers and terraces, inside and outside, vegetation, views and privacy, light and identity; The structure is carried by the core and a regular column-grid that spans up to 14.7 meters; [1] 160 floors of vertical layering.

Article: a1, a2.

(Edited March 2018 by Shijun Xu)

Written by Sean Franks

March 28, 2018 at 11:18 am

Posted in Under Construction

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