Kingdom Tower: The World’s Tallest Building

The Kingdom Tower Becomes the Tallest Building in The World

There is something to be said about buildings on the rise especially in the case of the Kingdom Tower, set to be the world's tallest building in 2016. Saudi Arabia is getting a major gem of architecture as the Kingdom Tower will soar 3,280 feet tall.

Kingdom Tower

Kingdom Tower

The mastermind behind this behemoth is none other than Adrian Smith, who designed the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Smith currently owns bragging rights to the world's tallest building, and is if that wasn't enough, he went on to top his own current record with the Kingdom Tower.

Kingdom Tower

Kingdom Tower

The Kingdom Tower, once completed in 5 years, will break all records for its soaring height. Not to mention, this puppy is absolutely beautiful with its futuristic design and pinnacle pointy peak. Its sleek design and shiny silver color is an emblem of architectural beauty with a futuristic trend to boot.

The Kingdom Tower will be the home to 5.7 million square feet and be used for a multitude of purposes including: office space, a luxury hotel, apartments, and condominiums. Not only does this gargantuan gorgeous looker defy gravity, but it also boasts a hefty price tag of $1.2 billion dollars. Can we say, cha-ching?!

Kingdom Tower

Kingdom Tower

Personally, I am über excited for the Kingdom Tower to be built. I never thought I would say that due to my extreme case of acrophobia. Oh well, I guess I'll have to admire it from the ground. This modern marvel sets the tone for the future of architecture and the 2000s we all dreamed of, and all I have to say is, Saudi Arabia, you done good, son. You done good, but being a Chicago boy, The Sears Tower will always be the tallest building in my heart.

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