Dezeen Agenda features Saudi Arabia's plans for a cube-shaped supertall skyscraper
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The Saudi Arabian government has revealed designs for a cube-shaped skyscraper to be built as part of its Murabba downtown plan in Riyadh.
Named Mukaab, the structure will be 400 metres high and 400 metres long, making it both a supertall skyscraper and the tallest building in the city.
The 19-square-kilometre Murabba development has been described as "the new face of Riyadh" and is being planned as a new downtown area for the Saudi capital city.
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