Representatives based in northern Sweden have given the green signal for the construction of the world’s largest elk (moose) as the animal is known in North America. Hovering on pinnacle of a peak, the 45-metre (148-foot) elk has much-more to offer. It features a restaurant and concert hall that can accommodate around 350 guests. Roughly 500 meters above sea level, visitors can enjoy the impressive glimpse over the gorges from its antlers.
With its obverse legs towards Norrbotten and hind quarters in Västerbotten, Stoorn will be located to nibble on a colossal pine tree. With a built-in lift, you can be transported through the tree to and from the creature’s mouth. The greeting area would be positioned amidst the teeth and the tonsils.
Now what is in the belly of the beast? Food for your belly! It offers space to a conference centre that resembles a concert hall and can offer space to 350 people. For commuting, visitors can make use of spiral steps constructed inside the elk’s legs. The cost of construction for the building is expected to be $6.5 million and the entire funding would be done through private investment. No word about its final installment but I wish this concept soon turns into a tangible product.