The making of Fly-Roof Towers (Chronos Studeos Official Release)

 
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Design: Chronos Studeos

Visualization: Chronos Studeos

Date: July 2011 – Sept. 2011

Project Information

On 8th September, 2011, the fly-roof towers design was unveiled at a prime presentation. The award-winning fly-roof towers design was conceptualized around the live+work+play ideology, with sustainability and energy efficiency in focus as wind-harvesting and sun-shading were the reasons behind its shape and trim.

Designed to imply dominance as a landmark & also emphasize stylish living along the shorelines of Lagos Island, Nigeria, the fly-roof towers is a mixed use development consisting of 920 workstation units, 86 luxury apartments, 185 parking spaces, 10 service floors, 30floors in each tower approx 95 floors in all, 4multi-level parking stories 6 panoramic glass sky-bridges, cabling chases, passenger and service lift shafts, firemen lifts, sky observatories and many more.

A series of sketch workflow images are being showcased here to take you through the composition of the building. In a statement by london-based Architect Blake Jordan, he described the fly-roof towers as “a piece to behold, projected in precast concrete, steel columns & girders, glass, composite floors, wooden pergolas”.

Click on each image to view its high-resolution format. Watch this blog as the Chronos team shall upload a blog-post of the final renders soon.

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Hassan Cortex Anifowose

Hassan is the co-founder of Chronos Studeos, where he works as an Architect and Animation Supervisor. He has since been an active contributor to the visualization industry in Nigeria on a large scale. His work "SOHO Living for Urban professionals made it to the 2nd stage of the World architecture News (WAN) awards in December 2012. He is the brain behind 'Creative Architects', a cross platform event which allows idea propagation between tech-driven architects.

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