The upgraded ETEM systems are part of the infrastructure, an impressive skyscraper in Sofia. The architectural construction of the 106-meter building will depict the wonderful geometries of natural crystals, in order to give a unique note to the horizon of the capital. Complex forms and bold appearance are achieved by effectively combining different ETEM systems and specialized solutions, which meet the challenges without losing their functionality.
ETEM aluminum systems have been used to build the hull of the futuristic NV Tower, while the main volumes are lined with the E99 glass curtain. The system is successfully combined with other products from the ETEM range: E85 glazing system, solution for E68VV ventilation window, E66 sun protection system, modern solutions for main E75FD building entrances, as well as E97 ventilated facade systems.
The choice of the E99 system is not accidental, as it is already part of the complex geometry of one of the city's most iconic buildings, the Capital Fort. The E99 system is designed to meet the challenges that the designer must face, such as resistance to intense seismic activity in the area, ensuring long-term use even in the most adverse external conditions. The system offers a solution for covering heavy loads making it the right choice for the construction of skyscrapers and buildings with difficult architectural requirements.
The NV Tower uses for the first time the solution with E68VV ventilation window, which is extremely important for a balanced indoor environment and effectively solves one of the main problems of high-rise buildings, the renewal of indoor air, of key importance, due to current health protocols.
The multi-functional common areas and the modern decoration are a natural sequence of the building that captivates the eyes with richly shaped sloping constructions and green facades. Futuristic vision and complex functionality are successfully linked through ETEM's innovative systems.
The emblematic work NV Tower marks the new architectural contribution of ETEM to the modern urban landscape of the capital