Penda just unveiled images of his Tel Aviv skyscraper, with brick arches and cascading terraces influenced by the Bauhaus era of the city and the brick style of the old city. The 116 meter high project will house a range of one to four bedroom apartments, as well as double height penthouses. For the design of the project, Penda rejected the classic glass tower in favor of a form and materiality that respond to the sunny Mediterranean climate of Tel Aviv.