Leader Tower Or Red Magic Stick

Leader Tower Or Red Magic Stick

Construction of the first skyscraper in St. Petersburg is completed. It is 140 meters high and has forty two storeys. Not all the citizens of the city even know it exists so far. All the surface of the building represents a huge screen. Besides, it can do some magic tricks – sometimes it simply disappears in the morning….

Leader Tower Or Red Magic Stick

Leader Tower Or Red Magic Stick

Leader Tower Or Red Magic Stick

Try to find the Leader Tower on the picture…

Leader Tower Or Red Magic Stick

Leader Tower Or Red Magic Stick

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Leader Tower in the daytime…

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And the shot from the same angle in the morning…How is it possible? David, is that you??

Would you like to see something like this from your window?

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8 thoughts on “Leader Tower Or Red Magic Stick”

  1. This is really a stupid bulding surface. if all this is visible from the old historical part of the city, I feel sorry for St. Petersberg–it distracts from the historicty of the city. it is modern, stupid, useless, video nonsense

    • Mike, this building is 6 (six) miles from the historical center.
      The fact that it is visible from higher floors under clear conditions doesn’t make it distract anything.
      There’s a plenty of things that are much worse and in plain view.
      I can’t say I love the design, especially because this huge led screens could be used more wisely, but I believe it will gradually emerge as one of the signature attractions of the city.

  2. The building it self looks good. I wonder how big are the electricity bils for it 😀

    But at the moment the building is not well integrated into the suroundings.

  3. I mean,, my point is that if the building can turn “opaque” or something, to maximize a foggy day,,, and “disappear”,,,

    or was that another of your fine jokes

  4. For sure not. To bright and annoying in the night. Just regular SPb fog. No any additional effeccts needed. It stays much further than that 5 buildings.

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