Moshe Safdie, the architect of Altair, has been named the Laureate in Architecture by the jury committee for the 2019 Wolf Prize.
Altair, the 69-story luxury residential complex which fronts Beira Lake in Colombo, celebrated its “topping out” to mark the completion of structural work.
A visit to Altair, Sri Lanka’s architecturally unique twin-tower high rise was part of an on-going five-day study tour for architecture students of Dubai’s Amity University.
The management of Altair recently hosted an event at the Hilton to felicitate Moshe Safdie, the Altair project’s architect and architect of Marina Bay Sands in Singapore and many other iconic buildings.
Here are some captures from Moshe Safdie’s recent visit to Altair.
A large number of Omanis are turning to Sri Lanka to invest in property, infrastructure development and the farming sector, officials said.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has announced Moshe Safdie and Ehrlich Architects as recipients, respectively, of its 2015 Gold Medal and Architecture Firm Award, the organization’s highest honors.
Foundation stages of both the Sloping and Vertical Towers in ALTAIR, have been successfully completed with the final raft casting of 3000 M³ being completed on 30th April 2015.