This project is a lookout tower designed on an equilateral triangle with an 8m side. The usable part of the tower's construction is 12 flights of stairs with a usable width of 125cm, separated by landings, crowned with a roofed terrace that will accommodate 30 people at a time. The tower has been designed and located so that the view from the terrace is across the most attractive surroundings. There is also the possibility of observing the area with landings (on local airport) in each direction.
The challenge for this project was to preserve the intended dimensions of the structure which was forced by the even distribution of façade boards assumed at the beginning while detailing the joints in such a way as to minimize the visibility of the twisted details of the steel structure connections.
What made the project successful
Designing the structure in a spatial model made it easy to design the details of joints and spatial column grate and roof structure. This enabled a significant reduction of the project implementation time.
Creating a spatial model also enabled the generation of axonometric assembly drawings, which turned out to be very useful when presenting the concept to an investor and workshop company.
Significantly, it was also possible to speed up the implementation of the project and avoid errors through inter-industry communication (architecture - construction) by exchange of transferring current spatial models.