Monday, July 27, 2009

Antalya Cam Piramit - Glass Pyramid


The Glass Pyramid Sabancı Congress and Exhibition Center, mostly abbreviated as Glass Pyramid is a multi-purpose convention complex located in Antalya, Turkey. The two floor building consists of five halls, the largest having a 2,400-seat capacity, an open-air 15,000 m² exhibition area and various other facilities. The center was built by Sabanci Foundation, and its usage rights have been transferred to the Municipality of Antalya. It was commissioned on October 1, 1997 during the 34th Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival. 
The architects Levent Aksüt and Yaşar Marulyalı designed the pyramid-shaped metal and glass building, surrounded by round-shaped decorative ponds. Situated inside the Hasan Subaşı Cultural Park, the complex with a total closed area of 9,000 m² on two floors, each floor with 4,500 m² area, has access from four sides.



The convention center has a space frame roof over the main hall on the ground floor, which is 23 m high and is covered with 5,710 m² of colored titanium blue insulating glass.



With its air conditioning system and technical ware encompassing all units inside, the Glass Pyramid's halls are ideal for various national and international congresses, conferences, seminars, concerts and exhibitions.


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