The iconic design is comprised of two towers- one 40 storeys and the other 36 storeys- that dynamically interact with each other as they move upward into the sky.
Raj Patel, KEO’s Principal Designer for the project, said:
“The dueling interplay of these two tower forms is unique and unmatched in Kuwait.”
Each floor twists inward from the floor below as it moves up to create an ever changing façade.
The curtain wall design combines an intriguing use of four elements – silver reflective glass, stainless steel panels, grey acrylic panels, and aluminum horizontal fins.
The sun’s reflecting on these materials will create an ever-changing appearance of the façade during the day.
The two towers will add about 40,000m2 of office space and make up one of the three zones of the Kuwait Business Town Development.
The project is set to be completed by 2010 and will cost approximately $108m.
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