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Old Posted Aug 18, 2010, 1:33 AM
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KAOHSIUNG | CSC Headquarters | 443 FT / 135 M | 29 FLOORS

China Steel Corporation (CSC) Headquarters
中鋼企業總部大樓

Location: Kaohsiung Multifunctional Commerce and Trade Park
http://invest.kcg.gov.tw/eng/htm/infor02.htm

City: Kaohsiung
Country: Taiwan

Official source: http://www.csc.com.tw/indexe.asp

Architect: ARTECH ARCHITECTS
http://www.artech-inc.com/

Current Building Status: U/C


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haha, two LA skylines in that first rendering

The building looks nice. I like how its kinda short and stocky in the second rendering. Sorta reminds me of the Yokohama Landmark Tower, which looks really imposing.
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This is such an elegant design, any further photos would be appreciated!
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I'm digging the design too, even if it isn't entirely original. But what really is these days anyway? In any case, it should be a cakewalk furnishing the interiors, what with that ginormous IKEA next door.
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^yeah, I noticed that as well as the giant ferris wheel off in the distance!
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Looks pretty sweet, wish it was a few blocks closer to the DongDiShi
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any updated photos of this? they must be almost finished with the construction!
     
     
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Interesting. It has a very Bank of China in HK feeling to it.
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