- Designer: Oscar Niemeyer
- Work: Brasilia Digital TV Tower
- Infrastructural System: Communications
- Type + Intervention: New Construction of a TV Tower with a Restaurant and an Art Gallery
- Location: Brasilia (Brasil)
- Year: 2009-2012 (Built)
- Reference 1: en.wikipedia.org
The Brasilia Digital TV Tower (Torre de TV Digital de Brasília), also known as cerrado flower, is a broadcast tower which made digital television signal available for the whole Federal District and surroundings. The tower has been projected by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and has cost R$ 75 million.
The tower is 180 meters tall, from which 120 meters correspond to a concrete structure and the rest to the metallic structure of the television antenna. Moreover, two glass observatories complete the structure. The highest one – at 80 meters above the ground – contains a restaurant with a panoramic view. The other one is used as an art gallery.