Image: Design of a 688-foot New York Skyscraper Designed by an Architect with a quirky Space Age design like no other
- The designs are designed by Turkish architecture firm Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio
- The studio described the structure as “amorphous” and with a “transparent, ghostly stance on the cityscape.”
- In 2019, it unveiled a design for a cliff-top hotel with a glass-bottomed pool jutting out from one floor
When it comes to far-flung skyscraper designs, this one takes some beating.
Eye-catching designs for the 210-meter (688-foot) sci-fi-style New York skyscraper that almost look like they were crafted from Play-Doh have been revealed, with twisted, tube-like structures wrapped within a tall frame.
The organic design was conceived by Turkish architectural firm Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio, which described the structure as “amorphous” and having a “transparent ghostly stance on the city skyline.”
Eye-catching displays of the 210-meter (688-foot) sci-fi-style New York skyscraper have been revealed that almost look like they were designed from Play-Doh
The organic design was conceived by the Turkish architectural firm Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio, which described the structure as “amorphous” and having a “transparent ghostly stance on the city skyline.”
Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio has not revealed what he thinks it will cost to build a skyscraper
Designers Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio have made stunning designs a specialty
The studio has not revealed what it thinks it will cost to build, but it is safe to say it will be in the “lot” area.
The Turkish Design House Make stunning designs a specialty.
MailOnline reported in 2019 its stunning concept of a hotel that defies gravity and hangs from the edge of the 982-foot Preikestolen Cliff in Norway.
The gravity-defying Norwegian hotel concept in Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio, which features a swimming pool with a cantilever glass bottom
A standout design feature is a nerve-wracking glass-bottomed pool that juts out over the stunning Lysefjorden.
The studio’s bizarre New York design followed several other skyscraper proposals for the city.
In 2017, a concept for “The Big Bend” was revealed, a slender U-shaped tower that would transform the Manhattan skyline.
Described as “the tallest building in the world” at 4,000 feet, the project’s concept drawings reveal a skyscraper that reaches a top and then bends down.
The concept is from design Oyo It is planned to run along Billionaire Row at 57th Street and feature an elevator system that can move in curves, horizontally and in loops.
In 2017, a concept for “The Big Bend” was revealed, a slender tower that would change the Manhattan skyline. The concept photos reveal that a skyscraper reaches the top and then folds back
The 111 West 57th Street skyscraper consists of 91 floors with a height of 1,420 feet, which reaches about a quarter of a mile into the sky and is due to open later this year.
Meanwhile, another extreme design is already paying off – slated to open this year – is the 111 West 57th Street 91-story skyscraper 1,420 feet high, which hits about a quarter of a mile in the sky.
It is the second tallest residential skyscraper in the Western Hemisphere, with the nearby Central Park Tower ranking first with a height of 1,548 feet.
Prices for the 60-unit housing units within 11 West 57th Street start at $ 15.5 million (£ 11.3 million), with the penthouse registering for $ 59 million (£ 43 million). It was designed by New York based Shop Architects.