Is Europe set to follow Asia in Skyscraper competition?

In recent times Asia has set the standard when it comes to jaw-dropping, state-of-the-art skyscrapers, but according to the Telegraph, a sleepy resort in the Swiss Alps could be set to challenge for the title.

Spa resort set to become Europe’s tallest skyscraper

Richard Carr Vals Swiss

Vals, Switzerland

Quiet towns, chalets, skiing and small chapels are just some of the things you relate to when thinking about the Swiss Alps. However, if proposed plans are approved, a remote spa resort high in the Alps could become home to the tallest skyscraper in Europe.

Vals, a town of just 1,000 people which is hidden away some 4,000 feet up in the Swiss Alps, will be the location for the tower measuring a proposed 1,250-feet in the air, 250ft higher than London’s shard.

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