Daniel Liebeskind, a famous Poland architect with offices in New York, Milan and Zurich will soon add another striking high-rise to his already impressive portfolio. His newest achievement with impressive pyramide shape will rise in the downtown of Jerusalem and with the height of 105 metres will make the second tallest building in the city. The 35,000-square-metre project will me made in cooperation with the local designer Yigal Levi and it will include many amenities and public spaces.
Interior will obtain 200 high-end apartments, a boutique hotel, a roof top restaurant and a view point that will present striking views on the Israeli capital.
The Pyramid Tower’s facade will be clad in Jerusalem stone and glass, whereas the combination of pattern and relief will refer to the ancient tradition and local typologies combined with the 21st century modern design and contemporary functions.