Pixelated Towers – two ultra-modern residential towers connected by the constructive “cloud” – developed by a well-known for us Dutch architectural studio MVRDV for a district of Seoul (Korea). Buildings with a total area will amount to 128 000 square meters, and it is planned to built by the end of 2015 year.
A unique, connecting link the two buildings, except for a unique aesthetic, has a function of the placement of additional programs, offering wonderful panoramic views of the cityscape.
Two separate structures connected by a “cloud” at the 27th floor and cover the following 10. The connecting element includes residential, public and commercial functions: apartments, a lounge area, fitness center, conference room, fitness studio, swimming pools, restaurants and cafes.
Rectilinear layout includes four-room apartments occupying floors of buildings. All interior space well lit and secured by system of natural ventilation. The exception here is a large lounge, located in the center of unifying the structure and designed to provide access to both towers.
Program object doesn’t end at its borders, and go outside the building as a swimming pool and spacious, but cozy terraces, as well as ample green gardens, which will provide the best climate in the Pixelated Towers area and the surrounding area.
Progressive structure aims to ensure the relationship of private and public, as well as to establish social interaction between architecture and object already existing urban infrastructure.
The work of authors of the project can be found on the official website of the architectural studio, headquartered in Rotterdam: http://www.mvrdv.nl/ # / news