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Old Posted Jul 16, 2009, 10:41 AM
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Taipei project: Taipei Railway Station Southeast redevelopment 200m+ proposal

In previous phase, we all said it is a type of Taiwanese style design. We all said it is bored and ungly.


Now the developer go international design.....
Here you go !The new renderings!


http://new.tldc.com.tw/default.asp
There are three design teams, China(MAD), USA(WATC) and Denmark(BIG)



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The site plan from China(MAD)


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Old Posted Jul 16, 2009, 10:44 AM
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The rendering in the website and some from skyscrapers.tw by 白



















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Old Posted Jul 16, 2009, 10:49 AM
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from Denmark (BIG)

Here are some modules they design















The file of all modules
http://new.tldc.com.tw/Uploads/Files/File_183.pdf
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Nice... but what happened to xinyi district ._.
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Old Posted Jul 17, 2009, 6:53 AM
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These building are going to look really nice next to TMS. That area is really starting to take off.
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so are they going to build it? yea they should build it in xinyi.
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Old Posted Jul 17, 2009, 7:29 AM
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are they going to build this in taichung? i found it in that website. me likey!!







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Old Posted Jul 17, 2009, 10:50 AM
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so are they going to build it? yea they should build it in xinyi.
This company does not have site in Xinyi, but I like this company. They try to make Taiwan city look better.








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are they going to build this in taichung? i found it in that website. me likey!!







The projects in the website are all in proposal stage, it takes time to wait.
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that's amazing...I am sure they will approve it!
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Old Posted Jul 20, 2009, 7:24 AM
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that's amazing...I am sure they will approve it!
I reserve it,
I don't think they have this ambition....

But still hope, these projects can be approved soon!
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^ I hope recession won't affect it too much.

Thank you WILLIAM for keeping us up to date...you are one of the advanced members on skyscraper.tw eh?

I couldn't post as much there since they prefer people posting in Mandarin....it would take me the whole day to type one post.
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Old Posted Jul 27, 2009, 8:59 AM
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are they going to build this in taichung? i found it in that website. me likey!!







Hi everyone!!!
This project has approved by Taichung government, if there is no problem, it will start construct at the end of this year!!!

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^ Yay.... thanks William!!
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Hi everyone!!!
This project has approved by Taichung government, if there is no problem, it will start construct at the end of this year!!!

that's the key: "if there is no problem". remember the guggenheim taichung? it was canceled. and national palace museum southern branch was canceled. and taichung metropolitan opera house hasnt even started construction yet and wont until next year IF it will even be constructed. so i'm not holding my breath!! sorry to be a downer, but just being realistic.
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