Walter Towers in Prague, Czech Republic is a proposal of a wavy-form skyscrapers in Prague. They are the latest creation of a modern architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group.
The innovative designer's goal was to create an ultra-contemporary structure that would continue in the region's architectural tradition of cluster building, while ushering in a new wave of fresh urban design in its wake. The result is this unusual grouping of four towers in one continuous structure. The design of this project was done so that all areas of a physical space are covered.
Walter Towers is a combination of office and residential space, all connected within a W formation, lending the project a modern fluidity while maintaining Prague's architectural integrity.