Here at World Words, our expert writing team is constantly on the move and at any one time, you’ll find all our writers scattered across the globe scouring for new ideas for written travel content.
Recently, our World Words editor Joseph returned from a trip to the Azerbaijani capital Baku where he checked out the latest unique high-rise buildings to take their place in the city’s increasingly dazzling skyline: Baku’s Flame Towers. Despite only opening in 2013, this distinctly-shaped trio is already a bonafide Baku landmark and one of them is home to the rather stunning Fairmont Hotel.
This month, we contributed several articles to Private Air Magazine, among them this feature, which focuses on Baku’s Flame Towers and its Fairmont hotel. We spoke to the renowned architects behind the construction, the interior designers responsible for outfitting the sleek, stylish interiors and the lovely folk at the Fairmont too.
And with construction set to begin on the Azerbaijan Tower in 2015 — the soon-to-be world’s tallest building — we’re willing to bet this won’t be the last your hear of Baku or its skyscrapers. So scroll down to read the article.