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KUALA LUMPUR | KLCC Lot C | 267m | 58 FLOORS | T/O

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I had no idea there was even space for a building there. Glad Pelli is designing it, and it looks much better than the Maxis tower on the other side.
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Nice updates! I like the look of this tower, can't wait to see it once it's finished.
     
     
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he can do much better than this...
     
     
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^ I agree. The original designs for Lot C were far better, and much more svelt.
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