CTBUH Silver Member

AKT II Limited

About

Member Since: 2013

Member Offices: London

AKT II is a progressive design-led firm of structural and civil engineers. Their practice is based in London, whilst trading throughout the world, where they have current and completed projects in over twenty-five countries.

Their experience is extensive, covering the commercial, residential, retail, leisure, educational, health and transportation sectors of the market.

They are aware that the innovative design solutions demanded in the real world can only be achieved by maintaining an open mind to the issue of problem solving through imaginative input and judgement beyond engineering science.

Fields of Expertise

Civil Engineering; Structural Engineering

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2013

Member Offices

  • London

Buildings

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

One Park Drive

204.9 m / 672 ft

2

City Tower

199.4 m / 654 ft

3

River Tower

160.1 m / 525 ft

4

South Bank Tower

150.4 m / 494 ft

5

New City Court

139 m / 456 ft

6

55 Gracechurch Street

130.2 m / 427 ft

7

One Crown Place South

124.8 m / 409 ft

8

Copenhill

124 m / 407 ft

9

Eastern Yards-Building SH-5

119.5 m / 392 ft

10

EDGE London Bridge

107.2 m / 352 ft

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

One Park Drive

London

205 m

672 ft

2

City Tower

London

199 m

654 ft

3

River Tower

London

160 m

525 ft

4

South Bank Tower

London

150 m

494 ft

5

New City Court

London

139 m

456 ft

6

55 Gracechurch Street

London

130 m

427 ft

7

One Crown Place South

London

125 m

409 ft

8

Copenhill

Copenhagen

124 m

407 ft

9

Eastern Yards-Building SH-5

London

120 m

392 ft

10

EDGE London Bridge

London

107 m

352 ft

11

HYLO

London

105 m

344 ft

12

Eastern Yards-Building SH-7

London

104 m

340 ft

13

115-123 Houndsditch

London

103 m

339 ft

14

240 Blackfriars Road

London

86 m

281 ft

15

Ravens Works

London

84 m

275 ft

16

120 Fleet Street

London

84 m

274 ft

17

Vinegar Yard

London

82 m

268 ft

18

Sienna Alto

London

78 m

257 ft

19

White Collar Factory

London

75 m

247 ft

20

Eastern Yards-Building SH-4

London

75 m

246 ft

21

KX200 Tower 1

London

62 m

203 ft

22

Roma Corte

London

61 m

201 ft

23

KX200 Tower 2

London

60 m

196 ft

24

Tuscany Corte

London

54 m

177 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 16 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 8,197 other buildings of the same residential function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.

25

105 Victoria Street

London

- m

- ft

CTBUH Initiatives Involving AKTII

CTBUH UK & ZHA: Tall Towers as Catalysts for Social Interaction

08 May 2017

Zaha Hadid Architects and CTBUH UK hosted an event in the ZHA gallery space, featuring presentations and a panel discussion on tall towers as catalysts for social intercation.