Interior Design Projects Julie Wimmer manages the reconstruction of the interior of the Prague TV tower (Zizkov Television Tower) in Prague


Julie Wimmer manages the reconstruction of the interior of the Prague TV tower (Zizkov Television Tower) in Prague

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Julie Wimmer manages the reconstruction of the interior of the Prague TV tower (Zizkov Television Tower) in Prague

Considerable attention has recently been given a complete reconstruction of the TV tower in Zizkov in Prague. In April 2011, foreign investors chose Julie Wimmer to manage and coordinate all work associated with the Zizkov tower reconstruction. In recent weeks, changes took place in the project documentation, modifications, and interior design currently provides a selection building contractors and concluding contracts with selected suppliers.

Julie Wimmer among other things, leads a team of "Value engineering" which aims to optimize prices and operating costs in all phases of project implementation (project preparation, tender, implementation). City building would be the beginning of 2012 was to introduce visitors to the brand-new form.

 

Julie Wimmer manages the reconstruction of the interior of the Prague TV tower (Zizkov Television Tower) in Prague

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Julie Wimmer manages the reconstruction of the interior of the Prague TV tower (Zizkov Television Tower) in Prague Julie Wimmer manages the reconstruction of the interior of the Prague TV tower (Zizkov Television Tower) in Prague Julie Wimmer manages the reconstruction of the interior of the Prague TV tower (Zizkov Television Tower) in Prague

Žižkov Television Tower in Prague

Žižkov TV tower dominates the skyline. The Žižkov Television Tower is a uniquely-designed tower built in Prague between 1985 and 1992. It stands high above the city's traditional skyline from its position on top of a hill in the district of Žižkov, from which it takes its name. The tower is an example of High-tech architecture.
The structure of the tower is unconventional; it consists of three concrete pillars that carry cabinets for the transmitters, a restaurant and cafe, and three observation rooms. From afar, the tower resembles a rocket launchpad. The tower is 216 metres (709 feet) high, with the observation decks at 100 metres (328 feet) and the tower restaurant and cafe situated at 63 metres (207 feet) in the lower 'pods'. Elevators, equipped with speedometers, transport passengers to the different levels at a rate of 4m/s. The tower weighs 11800 tons and is also used as meteorological observatory. It is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers.

Prague from the TV Tower - 18 Gigapixel Panoramic Photo

World Federation of Great Towers

The World Federation of Great Towers (WFGT) is an association of tall towers and skyscrapers from around the world. It was created in 1989. The key criterion for inclusion in the WFGT is that the building in question must have a public observation deck.
Although membership is open to any structure meeting this criterion, a number of supertall structures with observation decks, such as Taipei 101, the Shanghai World Financial Center and the Willis Tower are not members. See List of tallest buildings in the world for a listing of more observation and communication towers.
The WFGT is a membership organization. As of 2009, it has 32 members. It is based at the Melbourne Observation Deck of the Rialto Towers.

List of members

These are the 32 towers in the federation at present, from tallest to shortest (by pinnacle / antenna at height):

Rank

Tower's name

City

Country

Year

Total height

1

Burj Khalifa

Dubai

United Arab Emirates

2010

828 m / 2,717 ft

2

CN Tower

Toronto

Canada

1976

553 m / 1,815 ft

3

Ostankino Tower

Moscow

Russia

1967

540 m / 1,771 ft

4

Oriental Pearl Tower

Shanghai

China

1995

468 m / 1,535 ft

5

John Hancock Center

Chicago

United States

1969

457 m / 1,500 ft

6

Empire State Building

New York

United States

1931

448 m /1,472 ft

7

KL Tower

Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

1995

421 m / 1,403 ft

8

Central TV Tower

Beijing

China

1992

405 m / 1,329 ft

9

Tashkent Tower

Tashkent

Uzbekistan

1985

375 m / 1,230 ft

10

Fernsehturm Berlin

Berlin

Germany

1969

368 m / 1,207 ft

11

Tianjin Radio and Television Tower

Tianjin

China

1991

368 m / 1,197 ft

12

Macau Tower

Macau

Macau, China

2001

338 m / 1,109 ft

13

Dragon Tower

Harbin

China

2000

336 m / 1,102 ft

14

Tokyo Tower

Tokyo

Japan

1958

333 m / 1,093 ft

15

Sky Tower

Auckland

New Zealand

1997

328 m / 1,076 ft

16

Eiffel Tower

Paris

France

1889

324 m / 1,063 ft

17

Q1 Tower

Gold Coast

Australia

2005

322.5 m / 1,058 ft

18

Sydney Tower

Sydney

Australia

1981

304 m / 1,000 ft

19

Collserola Tower

Barcelona

Spain

1992

288 m / 945 ft

20

Donauturm

Vienna

Austria

1964

252 m / 827 ft

21

Seoul Tower

Seoul

South Korea

1975

239.7 m / 786 ft

22

Qingdao TV Tower

Qingdao

China

1994

232 m / 761 ft

23

Žižkov Television Tower

Prague

Czech Republic

1992

216 m / 709 ft

24

The Calgary Tower

Calgary

Canada

1968

191 m / 627 ft

25

Cairo Tower

Cairo

Egypt

1961

187 m / 613.5 ft

26

The Euromast

Rotterdam

Netherlands

1960

185 m / 607 ft

27

Space Needle

Seattle

United States

1962

184 m / 605 ft

28

Torre Latinoamericana

Mexico City

Mexico

1956

182 m / 594 ft

29

Olympic Stadium

Montreal

Canada

1976

175 m / 575 ft

30

Spinnaker Tower

Portsmouth

United Kingdom

2005

170 m / 558 ft

31

Blackpool Tower

Blackpool

United Kingdom

1894

158 m / 519 ft

32

Nový Most

Bratislava

Slovakia

1972

95 m / 311 ft

 

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