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Vienna Austria

Construction Dates
Floor Count79
Basement Floors10
Building Uses
 - mixed use
 - hotel
 - residential
 - restaurant
Structural Types
 - highrise
 - atrium
 - church
 - mall
 - tower
Architectural Style
 - futurism
 - glass

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Roof1181 ft

This tower is meant to be built in the outskirts of Wien near Donau River. Panormaic elevators with no walls or roof(but inside a glass tower) will take the residents and the hotel guests to the top. The hotel is meant to be a Hyatt hotel. The building is designed to push human living to new limits. In this building, every day is exciting. At 343 and 220 meters height, long balconies are hanging out in the sky. These balconies will have glass floor and there will be holes to put down the feet right in the air. The building will be a new attraction for Vienna. The building can be reached by underwater tunnels under Donay that features roads, parking and escalators for pedestrians. On the top of the building, at 360m height, there will be a Japanese roof garden with lakes and bridges. The fence will be in glass and on the west side of the building there will be a rollercoaster! On the 71st floors, there will be a mall with 40 stores and a church. The building is also very innovative because since there will be a glass atrium right below the garden at this height and there a large pool with transparent floor will lead to the very edge of the windows, giving the feeling of swimming in the air! The building will be situated outside the city center. The name Amadeusturm is because the design is as dramatic as Wolfgang Mozart Amadeus music.

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