Nakheel tower was designed by Woods Bagot to Dubai, the tower is planned to be the tallest skyscraper in the world. The spire would be over a kilometer high, measuring 1, 400 meters (4,593 feet). The tower is part of a marina development in Dubai and wider are also designed to LEED standards. The project is part of a large mixed-use development called Nakheel Harbour 270 hectares. The tower was designed to serve as the new capital building in Dubai and is adorned with elements of Islamic design. Commercial areas, residences, offices and public parks will turn the area into a thriving cultural center. The tower designed by Woods Bagot was inspired by the visions of Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier, and Paolo Soleri as the first true vertical city, where more than 15,000 people live and work. To reach a height of 1,400 meters, the tower offers a typology of Islamic building that divides the tower into four separate towers, with slits in the center near the top. These slots allow the wind to pass through the structure . This innovative concept reduces wind loads and allow larger floor plates in the highest levels – usually skyscrapers are narrower at higher levels due to wind forces. With more than 200 plants, the four towers will connected by bridges every 25 floors, which serve as lobbies, recreational areas, which include restaurants, parks and gyms, among other services. This project also includes sewage treatment, rainwater harvesting, water re-use of litmus test, solar panels, wind turbines and power distribution lines. The construction is on hold. The entire development is estimated to take 10 years to build.