Seattle's possible and future cleft tower

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The architecture studio ODA has presented a skyscraper project for the North American city that has surprised by its originality.

Use architecture to unite communities and create connecting spaces. That is the idea that they want to express from the architecture studio ODE with his latest project, the Seattle Tower, a 362-meter-high skyscraper in the nerve center of the largest city in Washington state, in the northwestern United States.

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A differentiating element of height

It is undeniable that the most striking thing about this tower is its center. Or rather, your no center, given that its emptiness in the middle of construction stands out astonishingly, which will allow views of the amazing nature (from national parks to the Pacific Ocean) that surrounds it from within the city, as its most emblematic building already does: the futuristic space watchtower Needle.

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A project by ODA architecture

The tower designed by ODE It will have commercial and administrative areas, as well as parking lots and parking areas in the lower area and on the upper levels (to the hole) about 1,080 residential homes. According to its CEO in New York, Eran Chen, "there must be a better way to organize our homes in increasingly dense cities, where we can enjoy some privacy while acknowledging our neighbors and where anyone can access outdoor spaces."

The idea of the project is to open a door to a garden in the sky.

Eran Chen - CEO of ODA in New York
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There is no doubt that, if it does materialize, it will become one of the most visited buildings in the metropolis.


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