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Zaha Hadid Architects Design The Dorobanti Tower

Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects 
Project: Dorobanti Tower
Status: Under Construction
Location: Bucharest, Romania

Zaha Hadid Architects Design The Dorobanti Tower 1

The Dorobanti Tower, which is still under construction, stands 200 meters high in the heart of Bucharest, Romania. The artist renderings of this project are breathtaking. In the description of the structure, Zaha Hadid refers to its outline as “a chamfered diamond,” I’d agree with that. There’s something otherworldly about this piece. It looks as if it is an extension of the sky. The detail and intricacy of the building’s exterior makes it a truly remarkable design. I look forward to seeing it in its completion.

Zaha Hadid Architects Design The Dorobanti Tower 2

Zaha Hadid Architects Design The Dorobanti Tower 3

text and images courtesy of © zaha hadid architects

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3 comments on “Zaha Hadid Architects Design The Dorobanti Tower

  1. frizztext
    December 8, 2011

    Romania has the money for such a project?

    • theludlowgroup
      December 8, 2011

      Apparently Smartown Investments is the client. They started building it in 2008 and it will be finished by 2013. I’m not sure where they got the funding for it though.

  2. Mauricio
    March 17, 2012

    NO NO NO! i don’t know if any architect gives a damn, but this veery nice tower that seems to be mrs hadid work of art is settauid right in the center of the city, in an very old and traditional place in fact in a historical protected area! does it matter to any of this glass architects the city’s identity and culture, as poor as it may look to any infatuated foreigner that comes to bucharest?! as beautiful may be the building, i strongly believe that its beauty will also come through the placement, and in this case is will be like a pile of mud in a shiny place .i am so sorry that this is the best that such an architect can do for a big and beautiful city as bucharst is

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