Eyes of Tirana is designed as a large building, 24 floors high to develop the profile of the Albanian capital. The proposal consists of three parts of the building that will contain apartments, offices and shops totaling 63,500 m2. The top of the tower, which opens like a flower, defies gravity. The atria have the appearance of an eye from which it got its name.
The project proposal is based on sustainable solutions with a focus on natural ventilation, solar energy and other energy saving measures. The project won first prize for its general idea of integrating urban life with the functions of the building, thus adding quality and opportunities in Tirana that are not available today.
The building is limited by existing constructions on both sides of it. To the north it is bordered by Durrës Street; south of Kavaja Street; to the west by a mixed object and to the east by Skanderbeg Square itself. The building responds to the almost formed urban situation of this area, filling the gap and becoming part of the flows and life on the ground floor. One of the important points is the penetration of pedestrian flows through the building, parallel to Dedë Gjo Luli street, becoming a participant and orienting the pedestrian circulation.