Delightful Beirut Terraces With Hanging Gardens
Beirut Terraces, airy apartment that located in the central district of Beirut. Its designed by Herzog & de Meuron for the rehabilitation of the coastal city purposed. The Beirut terrace is composed of a series of terraces with various sized apartments and large open outdoor living areas.
The apartment complex is full with thick vegetation at the ground floor entrance and features hanging gardens throughout over the building. Solar passive design, daylighting and energy efficiency also built-in on the design of this apartments.
Beirut Terraces is made up by various shaped slabs overlapping each other to create overhangs and shaded terraces, its just looks like Jenga Tower. The outside windows of the building providing lots of outdoor living space for the occupants in order to enjoy the moderate climate.
The living spaces also help improve the energy efficiency of the building, protecting the living areas from direct radical sunlight, but also working to heat the thermal mass, which releases the heat later in the day.
Even with the overflow of large overhangs, its still has access to natural daylighting and ventilation, which aid in the energy efficiency of the building.
The large green garden and vegetated space serve as the entrance to the apartment building, while hanging gardens are installed throughout offering the occupants another connection with the natural world.
Located in the central district, the apartment, which includes 129 single, duplex and townhouse apartments, is close to many other offices and attractions and also includes amenities like a spa and shopping on the ground floor level.