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Old Posted Oct 10, 2009, 8:38 AM
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WUHAN | Gezhouba International Plaza | 1,148 FT / 350 M | 69 FLOORS

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I quite like this one. Wuhan is booming-- 13 supertalls planned / U/C!
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Nice shape and lines.
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classy but not simple, i like it
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I like the International Plaza logo, it has pizzaz!
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First render looks like the little brother of the Shanghai WFC, without the hole .
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The height figure and the floor count don't seem to add up.
Either each floor is over 5 m tall or the building has a huge hollow structure at the top.
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The height figure and the floor count don't seem to add up.
Either each floor is over 5 m tall or the building has a huge hollow structure at the top.
I think your math is off. I am getting about 16.7 ft /floor. Are you sure you are using the correct conversion factors?
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China takes the tower-in-a-park concept way too far. Bad urban planning.
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I think your math is off. I am getting about 16.7 ft /floor. Are you sure you are using the correct conversion factors?
16.7 ft is over 5 m.
Don't you think that's huge ?
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16.7 ft is over 5 m.
Don't you think that's huge ?
The 16.7 average per floor takes into account mechanical floors, and above ceiling MEP's. In addition any unoccupied upper floors. I just took the height of the building and divided it by the number of floors. More like gross average as compared to net average per floor.
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China takes the tower-in-a-park concept way too far. Bad urban planning.
How is that bad urban planning ? In this country this is just about the only opportunity there is to create a park. China doesn't need to pack more people in just in case you weren't aware.
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Very nice. The stripe and logo at the top looks classy and well integrated.
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Hmm.... Not too thrilled about this one. It just doesn't do it for me. It's OK and all, but it's very forgettable, ya know?
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does anybody know the exact location for this one?
http://www.urbika.com/projects/view/...a-internationa
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