Mies Van Der Rohe Tribute: Golden Gate Bridge Towers

The San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge Towers idea was born from the book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick written in 1968 that inspired the film Blade Runner by Ridley Scott in 1982. Instead of build a skyscraper in the filled urban centre in San Francisco, why not build two high-rise skyline on the bridge?

The design of the towers derived from the project of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for the Glass Skyscraper in an unknown place of Berlin in 1922.The towers are composed of two plants, derived from the organic shapes of the Glass Skyscraper of Mies van der Rohe, arranged around two concrete central cores.

The Mixed-use project can incorporates apartments, hotel, office, leisure space and a panoramic restaurant on the top of the tallest towers of the world.