The tallest building in Czechia is going to be built in an unexpected place

Cristian Hatis 1 Min Read

With the 56-story X-shaped skyscraper twisted around its own axis, the architects aim to regenerate the former mining town center of Ostrava.

The total area of ​​98,000 square meters will be divided between residential and public spaces.

Public spaces are scattered throughout the building and include offices, shopping malls, a hotel and a convention center.

The lobby and the roof garden, which are the largest areas of the building, were designed as recreation areas, inviting the public to activate the building.

There is also planned a rooftop café and a rooftop restaurant with panoramic views.

Construction work is set to begin in 2023 and is expected to be completed in 2027.

The tallest building in Western Europe is being built in the most unexpected place: Brande, a small Danish town of only 7.000 inhabitants.

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