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Old Posted Mar 28, 2007, 8:13 PM
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Smile NOIDA, INDIA | Noida Tower | 2,461 FT / 750 M | VISION

Well, I will start this thread as I heard the Noida Tower http://rijul1.tripod.com/id5.html in Bangalore is started the site. It has some not sure 750m and is quite a big job to be there. The design resemblance the Sagrada Família in Barcelona Church towers, but with a glass design. Cool in my oppinion.
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2007, 8:23 PM
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Is it actually under construction? The rendering is very fantastical, IMHO. It could be cool if a little gimmicky as well.
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2007, 8:26 PM
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It's in Noida, near Delhi, not Bangalore. It's also not U/C as far as I know.
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Old Posted Mar 28, 2007, 8:52 PM
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holy shit thats HUGE, I am the only one that thinks size isnt everything
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hmm. looks like a castle (and i can see the similarity to the sagrada familia). the "spires" seem to take up large portions of the towers. anybody know if there are levels in the "spires"?
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I'd doubt it they seem very small. For some of the larger spires, maybe 1 floor...
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It's not being built... move on with your lives.
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All this is good for is a bad science fiction book cover.
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Old Posted Mar 29, 2007, 3:02 AM
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I've yet to see any news about this being under construction, and that website, which looks to be a personal websites of someone's, is not a reputable, reliable source.

Mkmillenium, it's incumbent up on you to find news that this is anything more than a proposal.
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actually it looks more like a 1970s prog rock album cover
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The Noida Tower proposal isn't in Bangalore...it's in Noida (outside New Delhi).
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Honestly, those manage to be both stupid and ugly. Couldn't they just cluster a bunch of Swiss RE headquarters instead? There'd be the same floorspace, without the ridiculous cone spires (the poorly thought out result of using cones....CONES as a good shape for a building.)

But seriously, wasn't this cancelled years ago? I remember taking typing classes in grade....12 when this first hit the news (really that was like last year, but it's still been quiet for a while.)
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Could someone post a working link to the picture, please. I want to be horrified too.
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holy shit thats HUGE, I am the only one that thinks size isnt everything
I thought you liked big things?
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what an inefficient, unworkable shape for a highrise.

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Could someone post a working link to the picture, please. I want to be horrified too.
google is your friend.
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