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Fluidity 2.0 High-Rise: A Mega Luxury Hotel and Office Hybrid Tower in Swiss Alps by Mariana Cabugueira Custodio dos Santos

Project name:
The Fluidity 2.0 High-Rise
Architecture firm:
Mariana Cabugueira Custodio dos Santos
Swiss Alps
250 meters
Mariana Cabugueira Custodio dos Santos
Tools used:
Autodesk 3ds Max, Autodesk Maya, Keyshot, Corona Renderer, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Mariana Cabugueira Custodio dos Santos
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Built area:
1200 m² (Average floor plate area), 4 Core Structural Units, 5 semi-open air public floors
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Concept - Design
Commercial › Office, Hotel

Mariana Cabugueira Custodio dos Santos: The Fluidity 2.0 High-Rise is a Mega Luxury Hotel and Office Hybrid Tower, created to integrate and complement the Swiss Alps landscape with a new built-organic architecture.

The 250 m tall Tower aims to blend its twirling form and spanning open-air spaces with the surrounding Swiss landscape. The High-rise iconic semi-open levels on the ground floor span over the surrounding nature with the goal to extend the green and fresh environment to the upper levels of the Luxury Hotel and Office.

These first 5 Ground Storeys serve Multi-level public Lobbies: Reception areas; open air Meeting rooms; bars and a library. These public areas are semi-open to the surrounding landscape, framing the Alp’s Mountains with an arching tower façade and spanning over the ground pools and green drop-off areas.

tallest skyscraper in Switzerland

The panoramic lifts are the centerpiece of these 5 open-air floors, connecting all public ground and top level, offering a 360 view from the Tower Core to the Swiss Alps.

The Tower is split by 4 main core units, symmetrically disposed and connected by a mega twirling glass façade.

The twisting Façade is supported by a metal space frame structure, arching on each 4 entrances, and subsequently tied to the tower vertical main structure.

The Top of the Tower displays a 3-storey-high sky garden and winter terraces, with colours and flowers flourishing all year around and a 5 star restaurant.

futuristic mixed use tower

mega luxury hotel and office tower in Swiss Alps

hotel lobby interior design

luxury hotel spiral staircase


By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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