SkyTower launches a public photography contest with prizes of 3,500 euros.
The competition is part of its annual “SKY’S THE LIMIT” program.
The public photography contest “MY VISION OF SKY 2023” (MVS2023) is the second contest in the SKY’S THE LIMIT program organized by SkyTower Building SRL.
The SkyTower building launches its second prize contest within the SKY’S THE LIMIT program – a photography contest entitled “MY VISION OF SKY 2023”.
The photography contest offers photography aficionados the opportunity to gain public recognition and win substantial monetary prizes between 250 and 1,000 euros. Anyone who is passionate about the photographic art can register to the “MY VISION OF SKY” contest..
Photographers may enlist until September 30, 2023 at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive the terms of the contest. Each participant is required to send at least 2 portrait and/or landscape photographs taken from any point outside the SkyTower building, which is the theme of the contest.
The maximum number of photographs which may be sent by each participant is 6. Within the competition, a number of six prizes will be awarded,, three out of which are allocated to the general public, and three are allocated to tenants’ employees of the SkyTower and ByTower buildings.
The first prize for each category is 1,000 euros, the second prize for each category is 500 euros, and the third prize for each category is 250 euros.
In July 2023, the SkyTower building launched an annual public program for supporting creative and sports endeavours entitled “SKY’S THE LIMIT”.
The SKY’S THE LIMIT platform was first launched with a video creation contest called “SKY LED WOW”, which awarded prizes of between 500 and 8,000 euros. The platform continues with the MY VISION OF SKY 2023 photo contest, with total prizes of 3,500 euros, and will end the year with a stair-running sports competition to be launched in September.
“Ever since its inauguration, SkyTower has represented a permanent attraction for photography aficionados. Each year we receive hundreds of requests related to photo sessions with and about SkyTower, and over the years we have organized various SkyTower-themed photo workshops and contests. Starting this year, we are implementing SKY’S THE LIMIT, an extensive program, composed of a variety of contests with prizes for creative industries such as photography. As a result, we have redesigned and relaunched the MY VISION OF SKY photo contest for the general public, and we are excited to be able to reward the most beautiful and spectacular photographs of the SkyTower Building.” – Ramona Boca, PR & Marketing Coordinator for RPHI România – the company that owns and manages SkyTower.
SkyTower is the tallest building in Romania and the most iconic office building in Bucharest. The tower has 37 floors, reaching a height of 137 metres above ground and 60 metres of underground structure with 5 floors of parking and storage. All office areas in SkyTower are naturally lit and the upper floors benefit from high-speed elevators, which reach a maximum speed of 6 metres per second.
SkyTower is the first and currently the only LEED Platinum Operations and Maintenance certified office building in Romania, and it also holds the Gold DGNB certification for sustainable buildings, as assessed by ÖGNI (Austrian Society for Sustainable Building Management). Furthermore, SkyTower is the first SHORE Gold certified building in Romania.
Since February 2023, SkyTower is the only building in Romania to be a member of the World Federation of Great Towers (WFGT).
At the Forbes Romania Gala – Best Office Buildings 2023 – SkyTower was awarded the “MOST ICONIC OFFICE BUILDING IN ROMANIA” prize.
In June 2023, SkyTower received 2 awards at the IPA – Romanian Property Awards Gala: Office Refurbishment Award and Office Interior Award.
Since the completion of its construction in December 2012, SkyTower has become an emblem of the city, reshaping the skyline of the new business district in the north of Bucharest, and boosting the development of new projects in the Floreasca-Aurel Vlaicu area.
The SkyTower Building is owned and managed by Raiffeisen Property Holding International (RPHI), and after ten years of successful activity on the local market, it currently has a 100% occupancy rate.