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Saudi Arabia’s new building will be a 2 km high skyscraper

This building will break all height records: a 2,000-metre tower to be erected in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia’s new building will be a 2 km high skyscraper

Norman Foster’s architectural practice is already designing a building that will dwarf the Burj Khalifa, the latest architectural folly of Saudi Arabia’s crown prince.

Saudi Arabia has launched one of its boldest projects to date, and that’s saying a lot coming from the developers of the futuristic utopia Neom. Norman Foster’s architectural practice (Foster + Partners) is designing a two-kilometre high skyscraper that, if completed, would be the tallest in the world. It would easily surpass the 828-metre-high Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

According to the British magazine Architects’ Journal, the skyscraper will be located near Riyadh International Airport, north of the Saudi capital, which is also being remodelled by Foster’s studio. There are as yet no images of what the design will look like or information about its features. The building would be more than twice as tall as the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, which was erected in 2010 and is 828 metres high.

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