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I like it, but not so much the unaligned balconies, which remind me of the Cantlie hotel on Sherbrooke (I always mentally shuffle the misaligned balconies for harmony).
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Look at that wasted opportunity on M9 phase 1. Its roof is completely barren, I reckon It'd be a perfect place to build a roof-top terrasse or green roof. I wish developers had a more refined vision when it comes to roof space utilization.
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Last edited by Rico Rommheim; Aug 19, 2012 at 10:52 PM.
Look at that wasted opportunity on M1 phase 1. Its roof is completely barren, I reckon It'd be a perfect place to build a roof-top terrasse or green roof. I wish developers had a more refined vision when it comes to roof space utilization.
I agree. Unused rooftops are wasted ressources. Hopefully, it will be possible to do shomething with thoses in the future.