The structure of TCMB Tower, owned by and home to the Central Bank of the Republic of Türkiye (CBRT), has been designed by Vizzion Architecture Şefik Birkiye.
Inspired by local and traditional architecture, yet also truly modern, the tower reflects the prestige of the CBR.
With a construction area of approximately 300,000 m², the 60-storey TCMB Tower is the tallest building in Türkiye. The base floors host a conference hall, museum, library, restaurant, sports fields and winter gardens. The tower floors are dedicated to office space and meeting areas.
Hosting the headquarters of Vakıfbank, Vakif towers have been designed to represent Islamic culture, science and arts, from the 13th century to present day.
The 40 and 26 storey towers have been designed in the shape of an octal star, a powerful symbol of Islamic architecture. The façade design is based on Seljuk geometry, and was created through the mathematical, pattern-based techniques of Seljuk architecture.
Ziraat Bank’s new Head Office, the Ziraat Towers, were designed by the international architecture firm KPF (Kohn Pedersen Fox) and developed by A Tasarım Mimarlık. The towers pay homage to traditional Turkish architecture and are inspired by the tughra symbol.
Built on an 8-storey podium, the two towers are 40 and 46 storeys respectively. The 40-meter-high courtyard at the center of the building connects the interior and exterior spaces.
This large building of approximately 431,000 m² has office space, restaurants, a gym, commercial areas, an auditorium with capacity for up to 500 people, multi-purpose meeting rooms, prayer rooms and roof gardens.
The İstanbul Finance Center’s “Halk Towers” are designed to be the entrance gate to the main square of the İFC premises, and consist of two A+ office towers rising above the podium, food and beverage areas, the auditorium and commercial units. The 46-storey main tower is planned to be the Halkbank Head Office, and the second, 32-storey tower, a commercial office building.
The buildings have a simple, classic design and have been built to the highest standard - from earthquake resistance, fire safety and energy efficiency, to comfort levels and circulation performance. The LEED Platinum green building certification, natural ventilation on the tower floors, "super double deck" elevators, natural lighting and glass with high thermal capacity make these towers an exceptional space.
The combination of stone and glass in the towers’ façade blends traditionalism with modernity.
İş Tower was designed by HOK and Dome+Partners and consists of seven basement floors, four podium floors and 14 office floors. Two terrace areas, one on the podium floor and the other on the tower floor, offer office workers the opportunity to socialize in the open air.
The arch forms used in the façade of the 4-storey podium structure draw on features from traditional architecture. In the tower building, the transparent glass and solid-surfaced façade create a sense of movement, bringing together traditional and modern architecture in a truly unique way.
Two floors on the ground level are reserved for commercial units and 16 floors are reserved for office spaces. These functional areas are designed in accordance with the green building LEED GOLD certificate to help meet sustainability targets.
Stock Exchange Tower
Stock Exchange Tower is located in the northwest of the premises. Surrounded by parks and recreation areas, the building structure consists of a base podium and a tower, featuring distinctive eaves.
Stock Exchange Tower has high-capacity venues such as conference halls, multi-purpose meeting rooms and ceremony areas. It is highly energy efficient, with green terraces and a façade structure that allows for natural air, light, and wastewater recycling.
At the entrances of the building are pentagonal motifs, which have a very important place in Turkish decorative art.
T Buildings is located in the west of the premises. Human scale has been an important factor in the design of this building, and the solid-void ratio applied throughout the façade has been carefully considered, unifying the design of the base and tower.
Effective planning of the space has allowed for an abundance of natural light, excellent ventilation and circulation performance, as well as high levels of energy efficiency and comfort.
Historical motifs, weaved into the façade of the base structure, combined with the simple modulation on the tower floors, represent the strong connection between the past and present.
TWF S1-S2 Blocks
TWF Building S1 – S2 are located in the north of the campus.
At the entrance of these buildings is a parking area, and there is a courtyard on the ground floor. Both blocks have terraces at the sixth floors where the towers serve as open spaces for the end users.
Sustainability has been critical in the design of these buildings. With high standards of energy efficiency, its blocks produce energy through photovoltaic panels on the roof, and there are waste water recycling facilities. The vertical and horizontal divisions of the blocks have been developed to human-scale, and the fragmented use of glass to create transparent areas creates an impressive, light reflective effect.
TWF B-C-D-E-F-G Buildings are the Asian gate of the premises. The large courtyard in the middle area of seven blocks include social areas as well as restaurants and cafes that can be used by the whole city.
Building G, located at the edge of the area, features a step structure. The block is designed so that all façades are visible from the surrounding roads. The adjacent Block F has a simple and modular structure. Block E, which has its own courtyard and terraces towards the road, overlooks the city from its green windows. Block D, with its simple and modular architecture, bridges between the Special Project Area and the Recreation Area. Blocks B and C, which are directly opposite, have been designed to share a courtyard.
Ottoman architecture is dominant throughout the Special Project Area. In line with the theme of “A Deep-Rooted Türkiye Drawing Strength from Its Past”, Ottoman period patterns can be seen across all of the buildings. Designs which reflect this period are used under the subtitle of “Sinan's İstanbul”.
Office Space for Rent: B Block / C Block / D Block / E Block / F Block / G Block
Total Number of Floors: 19 floor / 15 floor / 23 floor / 16 floor / 12 floor / 9 floor
Standard Floor Area (gross): 1,805 m² / 1,120 m² / 1,197 m² / 2,304 m² / 1,465 m² / 2,428 m²
TWF K Buildings are in the southwest of the premises and have been designed so that all towers are visible from the D-100 highway. The entrance to the three buildings, which are connected by a common base, are spatially continuous with the landscape at road level. Public spaces on the ground and first floors serve the entire premises.
The green terrace on the seventh floor of the buildings has high standards of energy efficiency with LEED GOLD certification, natural lighting, and ventilation.
While historical references are displayed throughout the base of the building, a more modern design has been adopted for the tower façades.
Office Space for Rent: K1 Block / K2 Block / K3 Block
Total Number of Floors: 17 floor / 17 floor / 28 floor
Standard Floor Area (gross): 2,389 m² / 2,278 m² / 2,212 m²
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