The Stacking Tower, with its diminishing volume, is reminiscent to the traditional Buddhist temples of the area, but as a reinterpretation of modern luxury living. The project includes 14,400m2 of residential across 17 storeys, including 30 apartments of 400m2. By working with the idea of stacking individual volumes and pulling out the edges of the floor plates, a high degree of privacy could be achieved between the apartments and floors. This furthermore provides the building facades to be self-shading.
PROJECT FACT SHEET
CLIENT: Skyline Properties
TEAM: Andreas Krause, Nada Doletinova, Jonas Upton-Hansen (Upton-Hansen Architects), Erin Klassen (Upton-Hansen Architects)