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RSHP reveals Bogota towers

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Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has unveiled its proposed 200m-tall towers scheme in Bogotá, Colombia

The major mixed-use project, named Atrio, includes two towers connected at ground level by a large public space.

The most northerly tower will stand at 200m and is overlooked by the 268m-tall south tower.

The 44 and 59-storey towers will provide more than 250,000m² of office space and shops, while public space will make up two thirds of the site.  

Simon Smithson, partner and lead designer at RSHP, said: ‘The clients brief was not only to deliver class office accommodation but also to create a new public space at the heart of the city. The project is a really exciting opportunity to contribute to the resurgence of a civic society in Bogota.’

The project will be completed in two phases with the first – the north tower – expected to complete in 2018.

RSHP Bogota

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  • What a marvellous confirmation of the quality and success of British Architecture serving the world. The UK needs more of this kind of news in these depressing times. Well done to the team.

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