The observation tower was built in the Jizera Mountains in Albrechtice in the Czech Republic and is 22.5 m high. The main supporting structure consists of eight vertical columns made of glulam, which supports an octagonal viewing platform with a diameter of 6.5 m. The platform resembles a stork's nest and was made of finger jointed structural timber, which also forms the platform's railing.
|Location:||Town Albrechtice in the Jizera Mountains, in Czech republic|
|Customer:||LEKON TSK s.r.o.|
|Architect:||Design and architectural office Ing. Jiří Fól|
|Structural analysis and design:||LEKON TSK s.r.o.|
|Builder:||Albrechtice municipal office|
|Year of construction:||2020|
|Products used:||14 m³ spruce glued laminated timber and 4 m³ spruce finger jointed structural timber , both with visible quality and CNC work.|