Dexia Tower interactive skyscraper
A seemingly ordinary skyscraper, which does not stand out during the day. But when darkness comes, it turns into a huge canvas with all sorts of things appearing on it.
137 meters high, 38 floors, the highest skyscraper in the city, the third highest in the country – this is the short description of the building located in the capital of Belgium. More specifically, it is located in Brussels’ central business district, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode. It is known mainly as Tower due to the mixing of the former Group bank headquarters there. However, the global economic crisis has left its mark on the tank and it has been sold and the name has been changed to Tower on 1 March 2012 due to the proximity of Square.
Construction started in 2002 and the projects were initially 179 metres high, but over time it was considered excessive and it was decided to reduce it. After 4 years, the skyscraper was put into service and it was immediately proven that light can do miracles. The building consists of 6,000 windows, 4200 of which have 12 light bulbs each, each with three LED lights in red, green and blue