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I try to find the urban redevelopement code or regulation from Urban and Rural Development Bureau,Taipei County Government that present in English.
I find a lot of useless information.




Let me imagine, if develper cut number of towers down to two, how will this project look like?
Massive twin tower with 300m+?
2 towers better than 4 towers, imo.
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TWO TOWERS WITH 300m+, go for that!
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這棟樓在哪,南港? 内湖? 我很喜歡這個顔色,很特別,而且很臺北。
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這棟樓在哪,南港? 内湖? 我很喜歡這個顔色,很特別,而且很臺北。
板橋靠近新板特區.
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哦 謝謝, 臺北縣, 我住在臺北的時候很少會去臺北縣。
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哦 謝謝, 臺北縣, 我住在臺北的時候很少會去臺北縣。
是台北不是臺北啊!!!


how come there are beams sticking out? do they cut those off before or after they put the cladding on or something?

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是台北不是臺北啊!!!
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The steel frame will place on these steel beams firstly and put the glass into these frames.
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The steel frame will place on these steel beams firstly and put the glass into these frames.
i dont see how they do that because the steel beams already extends past the glass cladding.
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^ look at this pic....



They are probably going to cut the beams afterwards.
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^ look at this pic....



They are probably going to cut the beams afterwards.
This picture is clearly show how the cladding is placed.
So the previous respond, I was totally wrong.

And some guys from skyscrapers.tw say that the white is actually LCD.
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[QUOTE=Razqal;4397915]是台北不是臺北啊!!!


幹你娘,台北,臺北都可以阿。別教我中文好啦。
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man, that looks so weird. having 4 high-rise sticking out from an otherwise, low-rise neighborhood, where's the urban planning?
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^^ Taipei is the best planned and most convienent city to live in. I have never been to a city more vibrant and convienent than Taipei. It is the lack of urban planning that makes it go great.
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man, that looks so weird. having 4 high-rise sticking out from an otherwise, low-rise neighborhood, where's the urban planning?
That is the weakness side of Taiwanese city, especially the authorities try to enforce developers follow the law. In fact, the concept of urban planning in Taiwan fall behind the development country. There are still a lot of improvement in this area.
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This picture is clearly show how the cladding is placed.
So the previous respond, I was totally wrong.

And some guys from skyscrapers.tw say that the white is actually LCD.
cool....
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是台北不是臺北啊!!!


XXX,台北,臺北都可以阿。別教我中文好啦。

Please remove the inappropriate comments....thank you.
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Please remove the inappropriate comments....thank you.
it's ok. 沒關係。 some people just lack manners. you cant expect them all to have class and etiquette like we do. 算了吧。 沒辦法。 然後是台北不是臺北啊!!! 台北加油!!!
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