Bayrakli Tower, designed to be a landmark on Ankara boulevard which is in the developing region of Izmir located between the port and Bornova districts. Considering the future of this street where similar office buildings to be built in increasing numbers, the most important decision in the design process was to set back the Bayrakli Tower building from the street line and creating a public space on the front. This space has potential usages for pedestrians where they can meet up, stroll and linger around. In addition to this space on the pedestrian level, a terrace overlooking to the street is connected with wide steps to this plaza. Thanks to this elevated terrace, pedestrians and office employee together can enjoy this recreational space that is away from the busy and noisy street level but which still maintains a visual connection. Retail spaces underneath the terrace also help the ground level's vitality. The split on the retail spaces which forms the stairs climbing up the terrace also causes the doubling of the shop window surfaces and attracts pedestrians into the plaza.The office block rising above the artificial dynamic topography of the terrace area has a remarkable visual affect with its extraordinary texture and form. The 24 stories block is designed as a contemporary version of old office building style of İzmir. The block has a rational planning that gives flexibility to house different sized independent offices inside with shared and private amenities including kitchenettes, bathrooms and individual HVAC systems. Unused spaces in the infrastructural facility stories had been transformed into gym, shared meeting rooms and conference halls. Roof bar on the top of the office block has been designed to serve all Izmir citizens after business hours.