Beirut Terraces releases its iPad app

Beirut Terraces

Beirut Terraces is now on the Apple app store for the iPad, with its app developed by Benchmark.

The customised application is the first iPad app developed for a real estate project, locally and regionally, allowing users to see various aspects of Beirut Terraces.

The opening page is the view of the 116-metre tower. Tap on residences, and it will take you to an abstract elevation of the building, offering 25 residential floors, a ground floor, a lower ground floor and five parking levels.


Users can navigate through 25 different floor configurations, and 130 different apartment plans, while allowing users to search by number of rooms, and sellable areas in square metres.

There is an option to download the animated video showcasing the architects’ vision, its concept, structure and appearance. Zooming into the Solidere district, the animation highlights the fine detailing of the project, materials and vertical landscaping.

Developed by Benchmark and designed by Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron, Beirut Terraces is a vertical village which focuses on community living and sustainability.

The project is founded on five principles: layers and terraces, inside and outside, vegetation, views and privacy, light and identity. The environmental engineering along with using vegetation with the architecture, improves quality of living while being sustainable.

The free app can be found using keywords such as Beirut Terraces, Benchmark, Herzog & de Meuron, Real Estate Lebanon and Solidere.

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