Crazy Gran Mediterraneo Skyscraper Includes Vertical Gardens and Even an Automated Indoor Car Park

Designed by Belgian architect David Tajchman, the futuristic-looking "Gran Mediterraneo" is a skyscraper that includes an automated car-park, induction charging stations for electric vehicles, vertical gardens, living units, and much more.

On the outside, it looks like stacked horizontal slabs of white concrete wrapped with mirrored glass, taking on a cellular appearance.

"The tower offers a diverse mix of programs suitable for vertical living. As well as residential apartments and a hotel, the complex incorporates a range of bars and restaurants, farming areas and public gardens, swimming pools and dead sea spas.

In addition, the 'Gran Mediterraneo' includes co-working spaces for offices and local startups, alongside a host of educational and event spaces for larger functions. Internal space is flexible, with individual apartments radiating out from the building's central core. Each unit comprises a fluid arrangement of levels, with vast floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the city below."
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