Al Hamra tower - Kuwait
The Al Hamra tower upon completion will cover 22,000 square metres and reach 412 metres in height, making it the tallest building in Kuwait. It will overtake the nearby Liberation Tower, the current tallest building which stands at an altitude of 372 metres.
Moreover, Suhail added that the size of the tower would equal the combined size of the five biggest office towers in Kuwait.
Al Hamra Tower will also be the tallest ’sculptured’ tower in the world as well as the tallest stone-clad skyscraper.
Regarding the tower’s design, whereas almost all skyscrapers are symmetrical over their main axis. Al-Hamra Tower has two tilting walls, one on each side, moving up in the air more than 50 metres away from their original location to almost 350 metres in height.