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This Auckland tower not only creates a new silhouette for the city skyline, but also adds to the streetscape.
Taking both the city and street scale into consideration, Federal Street Tower plays a key role in defining the city’s skyline and engaging the ground plane. The building sits gracefully within the skyline’s silhouette, offering a bold geometry whose edges have been softened from the hard lines of a strictly rectilinear plan.
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Sight lines to culturally significant landmarks, the height of the streetscape, pedestrian connectivity to key destinations, and Auckland’s weather have all been carefully considered in order to create a structure that complements the city’s unique skyline.
The internal experience has been carefully curated to suit the city’s needs. From the street level, visitors will find a café, wine store, and a marketplace selling local products with 24/7 access. Due to the unpredictable weather conditions, the public plaza space is largely enclosed but can be adjusted to achieve a closer connection to the outdoors.
The mezzanine, which can be accessed from a grand spiral staircase, will feature a martini bar, restaurant, and gallery. Hotel guests and residents will be able to enjoy a pool, spa, and health bar.