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Baku Flame Towers / HOK


HOK designed the Baku Flame Towers in Baku, Azerbaijan. Known as the region of eternal fires, Baku’s long history of fire worshiping provided the inspiration for the development’s iconic design, consisting of three flame shaped towers, each with a different function, set in a triangular shape. Standing at 140 metres high, Baku Flame Towers will be seen from most vantage points within the surrounding area and is already a prominent feature of the Baku skyline — via ArchDaily

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