Modern skyscrapers are often inseparably associated with images of the cities that host them: the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Gherkin in London, the Empire State Building in New York, and so many others.

Often it is the case that while skyscrapers emerge in large numbers, only the most beautiful of them become symbols of the city that hosts them.

This book on conceptual architecture presents Vasily Klyukin’s projects: towers and residential buildings that have not found their home yet, but some of them will be built in the future and become architectural symbols of our age...

Vasily Klyukin's Designing Legends is out now