Soyak Kristal Tower
Istanbul / Turkey
The Soyak Kristal Tower is a high-rise office tower project in Levent, the main shopping area of Istanbul. The tower is 170 metres high and is made up of sloping, asymmetric surfaces that form an impressive addition to the city skyline. Two hydraulic pistons open the roof to give access to a model A25 BMU with a twin, 12-metre high telescopic column with a 32-metre long arm. The equipment is housed in a minimal space that has been designed in accordance with the needs of this unique building.
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