With a height of 72 and 34 metres, the two residential towers clearly mark the north-western corner of the new area in Vienna's 19th district. The facetted bending of the façades leads to an increase in plasticity, with a vividly changing perception over the course of the day and the sun.
Within an ensemble of five high-rise buildings planned in Vienna's 19th district, characterised by a mixture and combination of living, working and leisure, this 88 m high hotel high-rise stands as a solitaire next to the other high-rise residential buildings connected by a common base.
The Kutuzovsky International Center Moscow with a total area of 368,000 m² comprises two twin towers of approximately 180 and 200 m in height with 45 and 50 storeys as well as five separate nine-storey campus buildings. At its foot is a central plaza, an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of traffic.
In the new "Grand Central" quarter, mainly 6- to 7-storey buildings will be implemented alongside three high-rise buildings. The entire neighbourhood is mainly characterised by residential use.
For the headquarters of Siemens and Sistema Gals, two 110 m high, 27-storey high-rises with a shared 5-storey base building were built on one of the major access roads into the centre of Moscow.
The two striking high-rise buildings in the inner-city location of the Ukrainian capital reach a height of 192 m with their 46 floors. In addition to the predominantly office use, there is a 5-storey shopping mall with sports facilities, swimming pool and restaurants in the connecting base area, as well as 6 underground parking levels.