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Old Posted Mar 23, 2010, 10:45 AM
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Those are some thick columns...
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Those are some thick columns...
I can't recall seeing any that thick.
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I can't recall seeing any that thick.
Well I've built a few columns in my time and I can assure you that those are indeed rather thick columns.
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A view of the cladding :

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An update, the tower will be 441.8m and 98 stories. CTBUH got that height confirmed by the architect: http://buildingdb.ctbuh.org/index.ph...uilding_id=173
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the cross-bracing gives this tower its ouvre.
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An update, the tower will be 441.8m and 98 stories. CTBUH got that height confirmed by the architect: http://buildingdb.ctbuh.org/index.ph...uilding_id=173
New height : 460 m

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460m? Height increases again???
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yeah how and why do they keep doing that???

anyways, it's a sexy structure. i wish there was something else besides that egg at the top. i mean, they have a GREAT chance to create a multi-level hanging garden with meeting space and a restaurant/observation deck.

although i like the egg it's just too bland. a wood structure or more plants would make it look better.
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After some time I have a few updates at that one, they made good progress:










http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...346588&page=59
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Boo to sub-par cladding! BOOO I SAY!

Looks way too Tour Montparnasse-ish. More blue and more shine, please.
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Boo to sub-par cladding! BOOO I SAY!

Looks way too Tour Montparnasse-ish. More blue and more shine, please.
Hey, what's wrong with the Tour Montparnasse ?
No, but you're right... i didn't realize it but it's true.
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you call that sub par?

it looks pretty good to me. and it's a nice refreshment from the extremely opaque, warped, reflective towers. maybe making it a lighter blue, but that looks lie a dark turquoise to me. it's still fine though.
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Please change to thread title again to 1,440ft (441m)!

The 460m value seems to be a hoax of a Chinese forum, according to the guys at SSC. A friend of mine from the CTBUH confirmed that a said that this is measured from sealevel.

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* SSC-Thread
* CTBUH
* Arup
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how recent is that update? i imagine not too old, but i saw some pictures with the 'egg' being built over at ssc. can't wait to see the atrium being enclosed!
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this has gone up so quickly!
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sub-par cladding or not that is a beautiful tower
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