oriya tel aviv residential tower by daniel libeskind
oriya tel aviv residential tower by daniel libeskind oriya tel aviv residential tower by daniel libeskind
mar 08, 2009

oriya tel aviv residential tower by daniel libeskind


the oriya tel aviv residential tower is a new project by daniel libeskind located in tel aviv, israel. the building is currently still in the design phase for american colony real estate development. this developer is looking to create contemporary buildings that represent the history of israeli architecture. the tel aviv building is being created in tandem with another in jeruselum. the building features a distinct curve that references tel aviv bauhaus architecture and the size of its neighbourhood. at 30 stories high, the residential complex will have a number of luxary suites as well as a lobby, spa, café, gym and pool. the project is designed to re-define the living standards in israel, bringing a more international lifestyle to the country.








  • hmm i know this shape from Warsaw [url=http://www.zlota44tower.com] Zlota Tower [/url]

    :) says:
  • I am getting worry about libeskind. he seems lost his style and character recently.

    momo says:
  • Pure Schlock.

    Architectural rendering 101c for amateurs. There is no design here. Libeskind’s sketch is embarrassing.

    Ray J Kelley says:
  • Libeskind’s junk is getting worse by the day. His recent towers look like designs for cheap perfume bottles. Check out the stupid-looking “icon tower” he’s proposing for the port of Belgrade. It looks like something an interior decorator came up with.

    Sufi says:
  • thank you designboom

    balila says:

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