Khanty Mansiysk
Norman Foster & Partners

February 04, 2008 /

Siberia, Russia

Photo courtesy Foster + Partners

A sensitive insertion into the landscape, the design ensures that much of the site remains in its natural condition.

Rising above the skyline of Khanty Mansiysk in Siberia, this mixed use tower will be a new landmark, providing crucial amenities for the city, sheltered from the harsh local climate. The concept is driven by a progressive environmental strategy that is expected to establish new benchmarks for the region.

Photo courtesy Foster + Partners

Set high on a hill in a densely wooded area, the tower rises above two podium buildings each facetted like a cut diamond, reflecting and refracting natural light to illuminate the interior. At the summit, a viewing platform and restaurant offer panoramic views over the city.

Photo courtesy Foster + Partners

The development will take advantage of a number of sustainable energy strategies and key to the energy performance of the building are its atria, designed to facilitate solar gain and to encourage daylight to permeate the complex.

The mix use development will contain a hotel, office space, residential, retail and leisure and below grade car parking.

Facts about Khanty Mansiysk

Site Area:

140,000 m2
Total GFA for development: 201,500 m2
Tower height: 280 meters


Last updated: December 19, 2013

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