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Figures

Height: Architectural 120.2 m / 394 ft
Height: Occupied 111.8 m / 367 ft
Height: To Tip 122 m / 400 ft
Floors Above Ground 32
Floors Below Ground 6
# of Elevators 3
Tower GFA 31,000 m² / 333,681 ft²
# of Apartments 38
# of Parking Spaces 207

Facts

Official Name 1 Rothschild Boulevard
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Israel
City Tel Aviv
Street Address & Map 1 Baron Edmond de Rothschild Boulevard
Postal Code 66881
Building Function residential / office
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2004
Construction Start 2007
Completion 2010

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Habas Group Ltd.
Architect
Design Yashar Architects
Structural Engineer
Design Zvi Hemly Engineers Ltd.
MEP Engineer
Design M. Doron - I. Shahar & Co. Consulting Engineers Ltd.; Bar Akiva Engineers Ltd
Project Manager Habas Group Ltd.
Main Contractor Habas Group Ltd.

About 1 Rothschild Boulevard

A five-story office and retail base is integrated within the surrounding context while a glass residential tower rises above. The low-rise office section features layered glass that creates the look of an opaque white cube from the outside. The roof of the low-rise office section supports a large roof garden. With a column-free plan and fully glazed façade, the tower provides maximum flexibility for the interior organization. The symmetrical central core enables the design of four apartments per floor to be easily modified by the tenants as desired. The tower also features some double height floors with sea facing windows over seven meters (23 feet) high.

The glass façade is protected from the intense Middle Eastern climate by both internal louvers and external beams which allow the tower to be livable and moderate in its use of energy. The external beams incorporate the large cantilevered terraces that add large shaded areas on the façade. The beams allow for greater tenant use of the balconies as they shelter these areas from the accelerated wind near the tower.

CTBUH Initiatives

Israel Trip Report: Tel Aviv & Jerusalem
Nov 2011 – Tour Report

Research Papers

Open Air, Sun and a Glass of Wine - Mediterranean Lifestyle in High-Rise Residential Buildings
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism


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