Walter Towers in Prague, Czech Republic, is the latest from modern architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group. Walter Towers is an ongoing project, but this recently unveiled design for a modern monument has already made the headlines. The innovative designer’s goal was to create an ultra-contemporary structure that would continue in the region’s architectural tradition of cluster building, while ushering in a new wave of fresh urban design in its wake. The result is this unusual grouping of four towers in one continuous structure. Walter Towers is a combination of office and residential space, all connected within a W formation, lending the project a modern fluidity while maintaining Prague’s architectural integrity.