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Tellus Tower is a planned residential skyscraper at Telefonplan in the Stockholm neighbourhood of Västberga, right next to the lowrise Ericsson office building. If built, t will surpass Turning Torso as Scandinavia's tallest building. It was originally planned to be 225m tall, but in March 2014 it has been increased to 237m according to the architect. The design was also changed from a black exterior to a glass exterior with different colour schemes. It will have 700 homes with floor to ceiling windows, a public restaurant on the 74th floor and there will be a swimming pool on the top.
Architect: Gert Wingårdh
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