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Old Posted Mar 16, 2007, 9:23 PM
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That is scary. I guess the built it a bit too close to the water? Maybe the walls weren't thick enough?
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^^^^After that you question how well any of these buildings are being constructed. These guys need to get their act together with quality coming first. It's not an amusing sight for the consumer.
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I hope they build this Übertall building!

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Old Posted Mar 30, 2007, 10:27 AM
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Latest pictures from the torch site. This'll be the first of the talls to rise:










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^^^ that is just such a cool construction site, ringed in black, everything so neat and orderly.
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More from the torch:


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Great stuff, malec. It will be amazing to watch all of these rise at the same time.
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man....thats just insane.
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Are there uniform requirements for podium height in that part of the Marina? If not, why are they all the same height/general dimensions?
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^^ Don't know about height but they are stuck together as shown. Also don't know what other requirements there are, don't think there's any particular rule on retail but some of the towers definitely have shops. On the other hand some of the bases are hideous!
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Now, how on earth is that possible? Does anyone happen to know were there any damage to people or machines or was that hole empty when that happened?
I'm speculating that, just by the fact that it was possible for them to capture that action shot of it flooding, that they realized it was about to happen shortly before it did, and thus there weren't injuries. Had it flooded without them knowing, the first photos would be of it almost completely swamped.
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Basements are required to accomodate the parking lots. The similarity in height is becouse they are attached to one another.
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Awesome attention to detail, Malec. Keep 'em coming.
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Twisting towers are easy to model but once you get into details it becomes a nightmare. My PC was lagging from this tower alone. Also podium not done yet so no render in the skyling







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Twisting towers are easy to model but once you get into details it becomes a nightmare. My PC was lagging from this tower alone. Also podium not done yet so no render in the skyling

Scroll down on this render and try not to get disoriented!!!
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malec, you should make some renderings of Pudong in Shanghai. Would be nice to see along with the Marina. 2 of the world's busyiest construction zones.
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Work being done in fixing the infinity tower site (the tower will still be built)




13/April/2007 by Imre

The Torch







23 Marina, 18th of april














Ocean heights, 16th of April









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The Pentominium plot (nothing obviously)






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Is there any reason for these towers having such different foundation types?
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