A unique residential tower
The Anboto Tower, located in the Garellano area, in Bilbao, will be the last tower to be completed by the Garellano masterplan proposed by RSH + P and luis vidal + architects in 2009. An unprecedented residential tower in Spain that has a unique design and that will be integrated between the different modern and nineteenth-century urban fabrics of the city. This tower will be the first residential building in the country for both the RSH + P practice and for luis vidal + architects.
The tower will have a total height of 114 meters above ground level with 35 floors, making it the tallest residential building in the entire Basque Country and the second tallest in Bilbao, just behind the 165-meter Iberdrola office tower. The ground floor, first and second located in the basement of the building, total an area of approximately 5,000m2, and will be intended for commercial use. The 30,000m2 tower will house 32 floors with 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes with designs that maximize space and take advantage of every inch. However, each owner will have the ability to choose the finishes and make modifications on plan, so the results will be 166 unique homes made to measure.
A pre-established design for the commercial area will also be controlled and left, so that the building does not lose its identity and remains with a unique design over time.
The design of the Anboto Tower enhances the use of natural light. The east and west facades are formed by curtain wall clad in aluminum in copper colors, present in the city, and that give a particular aesthetic to the building due to glare and reflections.
This residential tower revalues the entire area, providing a unique architecture and image to the city.
|Place/Date:||Bilbao, Spain / 2018-2019|
|Client:||Grupo Arrasate Taldea|
|Arquitects:||luis vidal + architects & RSH+P|
|Contributors:||BAC Engineering Consultancy Group|
|Project Status:||Detailed Design|
|Team:||Jose Benito Fernández, Gentaro Shimada, Carlos Peña, Patricia Quilez, Beatriz Fernández-Bermejo, Lucia de Molina, Jugatx López Amurrio, Bianca Amerini, Luis Vidal, Oscar Torrejón|