ODA is popular for designing unusual towers. Named as 300 West Broward Blvd, is firm’s latest proposal, which will consist of an eye-catching residential project slated for Fort Lauderdale, Florida made of two connected towers.
The architecture will consist of few parts. There will be a 10-story podium at lower levels while the top will host two towers linked by skybridge. Each of tower will contain 38 floors but still no details about height of the architecture.
Facades will be made of glass and balconies and stucco wall panels as well however podium will be finished with perforated metal and sport quite a lof of greenery.
“The building design features two towers strategically positioned at the two highly visible corners of the site: one at the northwest corner of West Broward Boulevard and Southwest 4th Avenue and one at the southeast corner of Nugent Avenue,” explains ODA. “As the south tower rises it angles towards the north tower, connecting the top 11 floors. This dramatic bridged massing creates a unique dynamic form and a symbolic gateway. It not only takes advantage of the best views the site has to offer but also creates an elegantly sculpted icon in the City’s skyline. The void created between the towers lends it a compelling appearance and offers the practical benefit of view corridors through the building. The towers feature continuous balconies with panoramic views of the City and bring in ample natural light and air for all units.”
Most of the interior space will be taken by 956 residential units along with two floors hosting penthouse suites and some retail space on ground level.