In 1972, Paris approved a hulking 690-foot skyscraper that looked like it was designed by Darth Vader on the back of a napkin. It’s no wonder it’s taken the city 42 years to give tall buildings another shot.
At first glance, the warm, luminous development proposed for a Paris site doesn’t look much different than any other mixed-use project rising in other cities. But, if completed, the skyscraper named Baobab would be largest wooden structure on the planet. Read More >>