Gallery: Anish Kapoor’s Recycled Steel ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower Provid...

ArcelorMittal, the sponsor of the tower and the Olympics, is a leading steel manufacturer and provided the material for the sculpture.
 
ArcelorMittal, the sponsor of the tower and the Olympics, is a leading steel manufacturer and provided the material for the sculpture.

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  1. charleyms August 3, 2012 at 6:19 pm

    I have been watching the games and have never been to London ,me and my daughter have seen photos of it in the stadium views and wondered what this strange structure was. I found out this morning and went online to look. It looks really cool. Can a games announcer say something about it and give a better view. Thanks

  2. orbittower June 18, 2012 at 2:02 pm

    According to http://orbittower.org.uk it’s actually 316 feet tall, but more usually quoted as 96.3 metres, being in Britain.

  3. diesixdie May 15, 2012 at 2:25 am

    You know, I’m not quite believing that this tower is 4,500 feet tall. I’m thinking more like 450.

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