Three Sixty West Tower B

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Height: Occupied
343.5 m / 1,127 ft
Height: To Tip
361.2 m / 1,185 ft
Height: Architectural
361.2 m / 1,185 ft
Three Sixty West Tower B Outline
Floors Above Ground
Floors Below Ground
Tower GFA
280,319 m² / 3,017,329 ft²
Development GFA
418,406 m² / 4,503,685 ft²


Official Name Three Sixty West Tower B
Name of Complex Three Sixty West
Other Names Worli Mixed Use Development Tower B, Oberoi Oasis Residential Tower, Oberoi Oasis Tower B, Skylark Tower
Structure Type Building
Status Under Construction
Country India
City Mumbai
Street Address & Map Sadanand Hasu Tandel Marg
Building Function residential
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2011
Construction Start 2011

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer Oasis Realty
Design Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Architect of Record A+I Design
Structural Engineer
Design Leslie E. Robertson Associates
Peer Review WSP Group; BuroHappold Engineering
MEP Engineer
Design Black & White Engineering; SEED Engineering; AKF Group LLC; Meinhardt
Main Contractor Samsung C&T Corporation
Other Consultant
Façade Meinhardt
• Geotechnical Langan Engineering
• Marketing Wordsearch
• Parking Walker Parking Consultants
• Vertical Transportation Fortune Shepler Consulting
• Wind RWDI

About Three Sixty West Tower B

As part of the larger Three Sixty West mixed-use development, Three Sixty West Tower B is located in the Worli district of Mumbai, north of the central business district. The site, lying just 600 meters east of the Arabian Sea, is contextualized around the nearby water. As most of the surrounding buildings are low-rise, the tower’s western facing sightlines are maximized to offer views of the sea.

The visual connection to water was an integral consideration to the development of the building, and is brought to life on the site and in the tower through the addition of water features in public spaces, recreation zones, and even private residences. Nowhere is this theme more apparent than the building’s pool. Facing out from the north façade of the 6th floor, the pool is located in a double-height space and provides one of the widest views of the surrounding area. Its location in the building establishes a direct dialogue with the sea; while the pool itself ends well before the floor’s precipice, a shallow sheet of water extends all the way to the edge of the façade and disappears in an infinity edge meeting the sea beyond.

Along with its proximity to the water, the building’s design is informed by the concept of interconnectivity. On the building’s exterior, the curtain wall was inspired by the idea of a woven fabric. Staggered and segmented vertical metal fins are arranged along the exterior. This pattern is manipulated based on the function of the space within to provide varying degrees of transparency. These elements create a woven motif that unifies the whole complex and integrates it into the city’s cultural context.

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