Rogovin Acro Tower

The Rogovin Acro Tower, located in the diamond exchange complex in Ramat Gan and designed by Moshe Tzur Architects, will be one of the most unique towers on the Israeli landscape.

The project’s design includes 12 especially challenging double skin geometric façades – each surrounding façade follows a different radius relative to the ground, requiring unusually-complex 3D planning.
The aluminum system is composed of two glass membranes; the minimal connection between them creates the impression that the outer membrane is floating in midair. The area created between the membranes serves as active ventilation along the height of the entire façade and helps the tower meet the American LEED standard for green buildings.

Design: Basman/Tenenbaum Development: Binternet