Intrigued by the city’s eclectic mixture of ‘fin de siecle’ architecture and the vividly urban life, you’ll find that the small Paris of Eastern Europe charms you at a first glance. That must be the reason why Zaha Hadid Architects elected Bucharest to plant one of their stylish skyscrapers. Nothing short of breathtaking, Dorobanti Tower is sinusoidal expressive structure that will feature a 5-star hotel, restaurants, a convention center, luxury apartments and retail spaces at street level. It might take away from the intimate atmosphere of the city, but definitely goes fine with the alert lifestyle of the Romanians. [via ArchDaily]