The Folkart Highlife Tower is located at the Konak Şaraphane district of Izmir on the upper side of the hill ascending from the Izmir harbor at a point that is dominated by the gulf landscape. This region is the central business district (CBD) that extends from Konak to Bayraklı and is a section with high-rise buildings. The fact that the design program of the building is for a mixed- use complex that will be partially residences, partially offices and a small-scale group of shops, besides designing a building that will be a symbol for Izmir and providing that it will be perceived from all positions in Izmir, it has been constituted with a decision that aims to realize the highest building in Europe. The basic problem of the design was how it could reach an iconic form from a prismatic crystal rational geometry without resorting to constrained forms for the building that would enter into the “super-tall” category. In this sense, we formed the tower by joining the tower with an evaginated module that we obtained by beveling the triangle from the 4 sides and transforming the square prism into a cut pyramid. The mass with a total of 3 modules forms an 80-story tower. The crown section of the tower including the point of the tower is at a height of 400 m. The crown and the spire are a conical steel structure designed as a whole with light laser systems, a corona and antennas.