The Kaktus Towers were designed by the architectural firm Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) and the client behind the project is Høpfner Projects. The two residential towers of 60 and 80 meters leave a distinct mark on the area around Kalvebod Brygge in Copenhagen, Denmark. With a hexagonal core with square decks that almost twist around and create level-divided balconies. The two sharp buildings, which will accommodate 495 youth homes with an average of 30 square meters, have become a new, significant focal point in the area. The 100 percent prefabricated elements are brilliant to use for facade closures in places where you have to go up high and space is tight.