The most famous Middle Eastern country – Saudi Arabia is set to begin the construction to world’s tallest building in the world, expected to be 3,280 feet high, according to Construction Weekly.

Dubai’s iconic Burj Khalifa Tower, the world’s current tallest building will lose its Guinness title if Saudi Arabia succeeds in its plans to construct the Kingdom Tower in Jeddah. Kingdom Tower will be 568 feet taller than Khalifa Tower.

It’s estimated to cost $1.23 billion, would have 200 floors and overlook the Red Sea, it will also house a Four Seasons hotel, luxury condominiums, office space and an observatory.

Wind is another issue for buildings of this magnitude. To solve this problem, the tower will change shape regularly.

Saudi Arabia’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, a nephew of Saudi King Abdullah, is chairman of the Kingdom Holding Company, a partner in JEC.

“Because it changes shape every few floors, the wind loads go round the building and won’t be as extreme as on a really solid block,” said the architects behind this project – Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architects.