The Yadgar Towers draws its strength, both visual and physical, from its structural form, the bundled tube. Plan of the buildings consists of 4 squares, each 25m in block A and 20m in block B across, placed in a two-by-two grid arrangement. Each square has 3 columns per side spaced 6.5m on centers, with adjacent squares sharing columns. As the columns rise up the building, each square in the plan forms a tube, which can be seen on the exterior of the building. These tubes are independently strong but are further strengthened by the interactions between each other through truss connections.