About Atidim 8 Tower
Atidim 8 Tower is part of a master plan complex conceived and developed in the 1970s. The design philosophy established a new paradigm for high-tech campuses in urban environments, providing centralized infrastructure, administration, and energy power station services. The tower design provides a large floor area, with an articulated form which allows generous amounts of daylight to filter through into the office spaces. The 12-corner envelope design creates more area for enclosed offices, maximizes exterior exposure for view and light, and simultaneously aids in solar shading.
To maintain open public areas and create more green space at street level, the design pushes the typical podium functions below grade. Thus, a commercial center is created connecting to the tower through a central atrium, with a variety of public plazas and lobbies, permitting light to cascade into the lower levels. The underground areas comprise retail, parking, and passages, which will also connect to other tower developments in the future.