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May 2, 2022 | Architizer
Ole Scheeren Explains the Concepts Behind His Latest Cantilevered Skyscraper
“The core idea of Fifteen Fifteen is to break the verticality of towers, to break the isolation created by vertical extrusions and instead create a three-dimensional building that would reach out to its context and three-dimensionally engage and incorporate its context into the very nature of the building."
Oct 22, 2021 | Dezeen
Ole Scheeren's Fifteen Fifteen skyscraper in Vancouver moves forward
Büro Ole Scheeren's residential Fifteen Fifteen skyscraper in Vancouver, which will have a distinctive form with numerous stacked boxy volumes, has taken a step closer to reality as apartment pre-sales begin.
Oct 27, 2021 | designboom
Pre-sales begin for Ole Scheeren's jenga-like condo tower in Vancouver
Interior images of Ole Scheeren‘s first residential development in North America have been revealed ahead of apartment pre-sales this fall. named ‘Fifteen Fifteen’, the luxury high-rise will be located on Alberni Street in the Coal Harbour neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada.
Oct 26, 2021 | Surface Magazine
Büro Ole Scheeren’s Tetris-style skyscraper is ready for construction in Vancouver
Located in the city’s Coal Harbour neighborhood, the striking Fifteen Fifteen tower includes 202 condos, ranging from studios to three-bedroom homes, 18 Observatory Residences houses in the cantilevered sections, and four penthouses.
Oct 25, 2021 | Archinet News
Ole Scheeren designs luxury condominium tower in Vancouver featuring cantilevered volumes
An Ole Scheeren-designed luxury condominium development is taking shape in Vancouver, the architect’s first North American residential building and the only one worldwide where he has designed both the interiors and exteriors.
Sep 24, 2021 | Wallpaper* Magazine
Interiors for Ole Scheeren’s Fifteen Fifteen in Vancouver revealed
When Ole Scheeren unveiled his concept for the architecture of Fifteen Fifteen, one of Vancouver’s newest luxury residential projects, back in 2018, the design presented a striking, Jenga-like high rise, confidently making its mark within the skyline of the Canadian city.
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