An architecture firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is hoping to bring another twister to the area – this time in the form of a building.
Kinslow, Keith & Todd created the plans for the Tulsa Tornado Tower without a client in mind, according to Gawker. But partner Andrew Kinslow says that the project is already getting attention from investors.
“There’s not a client at this point. It’s just a conceptual drawing of what could potentially take place and happen downtown,” Kinslow told Tulsa’s Fox affiliate.
The tower would rise to about 20 or 30 stories and house a severe weather museum, Kinslow added.
[Gawker] – Christopher Cameron