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Unique pixelated skyscraper in Bangkok
With a height of 313 meters, enchanting MahaNakhon Tower is actually the tallest skyscraper in Thailand and the newest structure that will outshine the financial district of Bangkok...
As a work of the German architect Ole Scheeren, the tower acts as a pixelated display masterpiece, which actually exists in the real world. The stylish exterior of the building is dotted with cubes, which are grouped and create the illusion of an opening in the tower. The name of this skyscraper, MahaNakhon, is actually a translation of the Thai word Bangkok, making it a perfect homage to this amazing city.
The dramatic visual effect of this impressive structure is sacrosanct, although its impact on the environment is minimal. Waste waters are treated before disposal, triple glazed windows have been incorporated into it, it contains a large green part, energy-efficient lights and lifts, in addition to automated parking systems, VRV air conditioning and other details that together comply with the highest standards in this field.
With an area of 148,644 square meters, this tower contains several interesting elements, such as 209 Ritz Carlton branded residences that are the work of David Collins studies, Bangkok Edition - the luxury boutique hotel, the observatory and the market, as well as numerous other features in which all the tenants will be able to enjoy.
The estimated cost of the project is reaching the figure of 620 million dollars, but judging by the photos of this building, it was worth every penny. If you plan to visit Bangkok in the near future, visit MahaNakhon skyscraper is imminent!
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