London's Tulip tower 'could confuse air traffic control systems'
London City airport warns officials of potential problems with Norman Foster skyscraper
It has been compared to a cocktail cornichon and derided as an architectural Freudian slip, but Norman Foster’s proposed viewing platform and visitor attraction in the City of London is facing a potentially more serious objection.
Gondalas designed to move up and down the top of the Tulip tower are at risk of confusing air traffic control systems, according to technical experts at London City airport.
Source: Guardian Transport