12 Aug '17, 5pm

skyscraper shaped like a cactus?

Enormous “Cacti” will soon pop up in the heart of Copenhagen . Architecture firm BIG has unveiled plans to build an eye-catching pair of buildings with a spiny appearance in the city’s Vesterbro district. Created in collaboration with Danish practice Dorte Mandrup Architects , the aptly named Cactus Towers are high-rise residential buildings that will be built next to a new sustainably minded IKEA store.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/big-unveils-cactus-towers-next-to-a-...

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