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Old Posted Jul 20, 2007, 2:17 AM
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u scared me...i saw "...kidding" half sec late lol
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Old Posted Jul 21, 2007, 3:24 AM
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i think the farglory hotel (used to be bellavista - better name if you ask me) is the most beautiful resort in taiwan. looks just like a hawaiian resort. they need to design something along this scale, but something even grander along the lines of truly opulent resorts built in dubai, bali, the carribean, mexico, hawaii, las vegas and other world class resort locations.

http://www.bellevista.com.tw/


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duabi, thanks for the new pics. u r my hero.
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Old Posted Sep 29, 2007, 4:08 PM
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Steel box frame? I didn't know they build this type of building in Taiwan.
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Old Posted Sep 29, 2007, 5:36 PM
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They are everywhere in Taiwan now(even for 10 story or lower buildings). I observe that the steel frames have used much more for buildings since 921 earthquake? I don't think that's because of the government's regulations. That's because they can "help to sell" the buildings because of the safety the steal frames provide.
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thanks, duabi.
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Old Posted Oct 3, 2007, 4:58 PM
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Guang Hua Market(光華商場)


The temporary market:


The new building for the market:






....boring design
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That is quite underwhelming...especially for an institution like GuangHua
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Old Posted Oct 3, 2007, 11:37 PM
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that's a market? looks like an academic institution or government office. all conventional grey and bland.
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Ching Fu Shipbuilding HQ, Kaohsiung



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nice!
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Old Posted Oct 10, 2007, 6:21 PM
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東方帝景大樓(Glory Tower)


http://www.jsl.com.tw/glory/index.html

Do you still remember that abandoned tallest building in Keelung whenever you visit Keelung Night Market? lol
The construction was finally resumed last year, and it has finally been topped out.
...Another CYL design ...h..
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eewww... let's hope they knocked down a ton of those old crappy concrete or bathroom tiled buildings to build this sucker. it would be the only good thing that came out of building it.

i find it REALLY funny they showed pictures of the empire state, library tower (LA), IFC (HK) and jin mao buildings in the glory tower website. to show how badly it compares to those classics and how out of their league it is? not as good marketing move.
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In Taichung:




more pics:
http://bate.zongtai.com.tw/royal/
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i like this one in taipei. the architecture is somewhat conventional, but for taiwan it's nice. all glass, not grey concrete which taiwanese cities already have plenty of.

http://www.jsl.com.tw/plaza/index.htm
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Old Posted Jan 22, 2008, 4:13 AM
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輝煌世紀 is mentioned in the news:


i posted this photo in the transportaiton thread:
You can see the building
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