UK studio Zaha Hadid Architects has designed a 330-metre-tall skyscraper as part of the TROJENA ski resort at NEOM in Saudi Arabia. On display as part of the NEOM stand at the Cityscape conference in Riyadh, the 330-metre-tall skyscraper will form part of TROJENA, which is being masterplanned by German studio LAVA architects.
It will stand on a mountain opposite the main ski area, overlooking an artificial lake that will form the centrepiece of the leisure development.
The skyscraper forms part of TROJENA, which is one of the four regions of NEOM that has been announced. Masterplanned by German studio LAVA architects, the region will contain a building topped by ski slopes along with numerous hotels and other attractions. Along with LAVA and Zaha Hadid Architects, other studios working on the project include UNStudio, Aedas and Bureau Proberts.
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