The new residential tower by Pininfarina in Cyprus The new residential tower by Pininfarina in Cyprus
Architecture

The new residential tower by Pininfarina in Cyprus

Written by Redazione |

30 May 2019

Sixty6 Tower is the name of the latest project in residential architecture by Pininfarina: designed for Nikhi Group, it will surge in Limassol, Cyprus, will occupy a gross floor area of 10.000 sqm and is planned to be completed by 2021.

Inspired by Cyprus’ landscape, the building is a 17-floors residential tower which evokes the layering of the sandstone cliffs, typical of Cyprus coasts, and the history of the island, rich and unique thanks to the stratification of different cultures.

The goal of the Pininfarina architects was to conceive a new way to experience and enjoy the sea life through architecture and new technologies: the elliptical shape of the building allows in fact the sea view from all the apartments enhanced by the external glass walls making the sky and the sea entering into the apartments; in addition, the spacious balconies beyond permitting to enjoy the extraordinary Cyprus climate, represent both an aesthetic element and a functional one as they control the solar radiation.

The uniqueness of the exteriors is matched by the refinement of the interiors: the building hosts three typical floors with apartment of different dimensions and a luxurious penthouse enriched by gardens, with the possibility to enjoy a gym and a spa with an external swimming pool.

A luxury project which confirms Pininfarina’s know-how in architecture.

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