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“The aim is to design the Porsche Design Tower as a build­ing that combines the qualities of a flat build­ing with those of a high rise: large gardens and high-quality privacy on the one hand, and a pano­ramic view and individual appear­ance with a head in the cloud, on the other.”

The stacked tower with its rounded edges rises from the large plinth build­ing. The steel panels that are placed as sun protection in front of the slanted mullion and transom façade give the build­ing a hori­zontal structure. Inside, an atrium extends across all floors, intro­ducing daylight into the central access zone. All apart­ment layouts have a radial design.

Neutelings Riedijk Architects
P.O. Box 527
3000 AM Rotterdam
The Netherlands