The world's longest horizontal skyscraper will be built in Dubai

The horizontal skyscraper project was developed by the Japanese architectural studio Nikken Sekkei.
The console, called The Link, is a panoramic horizontal bridge-like skyscraper connecting two high-rises called One Za'abeel. The height of the two towers is 241 m (57 floors) and 304 m (67 floors). The console, consisting of a steel frame and glass, will be located 100 meters above the six-lane highway. Its weight is 9 thousand tons.
This horizontal skyscraper will house restaurants, an observation deck with 360-degree views, a swimming pool, a spa, as well as a shopping complex and hotel rooms.

One Za'abeel is a mixed-use development that includes both commercial and residential properties. There will be apartments, a hotel, many bars, restaurants and entertainment venues. Construction of the two vertical towers took place from 2016 to 2021. The Link is planned to be completed by the end of 2024.

China previously built the world's longest glass bridge. It is located at an altitude of more than 200 m, above rocks and a mountain river. The design was included in the Guinness Book of Records.