88 Living Tower
A new landmark mixed use tower for Cambodia
The concept and master plan design takes inspiration from the history and traditional of Cambodian architecture as well its integration with the natural landscape of the forests. Angkor Wat is the main reference to design a landmark tower that brings all the main features of a building representing the culture of Cambodia as well its future toward a sustainable and green development.
The tower, for a total of 88 levels and a height of 366 m, is one of the world tallest building as well in South East Asia. It locates 475,000 m2 of residential and commercial facilities, including a 5 stars hotel and a panoramic lounge at the rooftop, becoming so a touristic destination for Cambodia and the city of Phnom Penh.
Its green features include sky gardens, infinity pools, eco and smart glass façade, intelligent solutions for energy savings and sustainable architecture. The historical features of Angkor Wat are designed as ornamental features of its new façade, elements in metal and stones that symbolize the history of Cambodia.
The layout plans encourage the open views to the surroundings, maximizing its potential as the tallest building of Phnom Penh and Cambodia
Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Description: design of a new residential and commercial landmark on 2,3 HA
Master plan design scale: 1:500
Status: completed (2017)
Client: Anz Royal