The Perret tower additionally named the "Tower to take a gander at the mountains", is a perception tower situated in Grenoble, in the Paul Mistral open stop. It is the main pinnacle worked in strengthened cement in Europe. In 1998, it was authoritatively pronounced to be a national legacy site. It was worked in the field of the International Exhibition of Hydropower and Tourism where it was the introduction tower and the image of the presentation. These days, it is the last remnant of this show. Perret tower stands 95 meters 312 ft tall. Its area is octagonal. Its establishments are 15 meters 49 ft long, made of 72 vertical stakes in fortified cement assembled at the best by a piece and put on a hard rock layer.
The system is a compound of eight vertical shafts. The pinnacle distance across is 8 meters 26 ft at the base. The last floor is reachable by helical stairs obvious in the best openwork part or by lift. Auguste Perret, with the help of Marie Dormoy, craftsmanship commentator, came to Grenoble for a long time, to do gatherings and meet political and imaginative circles keeping in mind the end goal to demonstrate its "strengthened solid request"; a reference to the old fashioned requests. Made of the primary strengthened solid, it is likewise the principal free task made by Auguste Perret, its engineer.