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11 porjets is going to start consturct on September by today news.
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Wow, really great images building. It's so growing, but due to the space limit, the property price must be going up a lot today.
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Old Posted Feb 5, 2010, 2:39 PM
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http://www.beautiful.taipei.gov.tw/r...=723&page=3081



國泰民生建國更新案


士林紙廠都市更新案


宜華國際觀光飯店


華固內湖五期辦公園區


忠泰長虹懷生段都市更新案


誠美民生段都市更新案


豐鑫潭美段科技辦公大樓


中國信託國際金融廣場


金山石永昌段都市更新案


立偕松仁路都市更新案


合作金庫敦化段新總行



http://www.beautiful.taipei.gov.tw/F...窗貼_C2.pdf

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That last post was way too big,break it down a tell what each project is!
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That last post was way too big,break it down a tell what each project is!
I will do that later!

Here's another project under this urban policy.

中山區金泰段B2



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The one I was talking about Richard Roger design in previous posts.

Here's design Richard Roger design for one of projects in Beautiful Taipei Urban Development Plan. However, the developer decide to drop out from this plan. Hope they can keep this height.


46 floors residentail twin tower.











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中山區金泰段B2 全聯實業總部大樓


宏普大直B4
27層 107米含屋突







忠泰大直金泰 107m 27層






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豐鑫科技辦公室大樓 135.7m 30層









福華大直A2 109m 29層




興富發大直金泰 107m 27層


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this one is being constructed:










more pics here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/denniscctai/page26/

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taken by web1415 from taiwan-city forum
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this building for straits exchange foundation is pretty interesting:



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Taking out that two big glass section will be much better as it becomes very clean deisgn.
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Taking out that two big glass section will be much better as it becomes very clean deisgn.

you should tell the architects that.
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you should tell the architects that.
The better solution will be becoming a client (developer) that can choose design I like.

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The better solution will be become a client (developer) that can choose design I like.

that's only if the architects give you a design you would like.
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that's only if the architects give you a design you would like.
And you can choose architect, so I can choose new Taiwanese architect to do the project, and show that we don't just have C.Y Lee.
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And you can choose architect, so I can choose new Taiwanese architect to do the project, and show that we don't just have C.Y Lee.

please dont mention that name.
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i think it's fair to say this mehas city project development is a big disappointment. as usual the renderings look much better than the actual product. that wavy structure which i think is part of the metro station is kinda cool. that and those two big glass towers are the only thing that's kinda nice but the towers design isnt that great either. those other towers are typical taiwanese style: all one material, brown, concrete, small windows. i dont know why it's so hard to design/build simple nice, architecturally-clean, glass residential towers in taiwan.

http://www.radium.com.tw/radium/projects_3-2AB.asp#




http://www.radium.com.tw/radium/projects_3-2.asp

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