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Old Posted May 12, 2011, 3:13 AM
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HANOI | Lotte Center | 65 fl | 267 m | U/C

Lotte Center Hanoi is a skyscraper under construction in Hanoi, Vietnam. This tower will have 65 floors and features a modern architectural style. The architect of the tower is Callison, an American company.

Alternative names Hanoi City Complex
Type Office, Shopping, Convention Center
Construction started 2010
Completed 2013
Height
Roof 267 m (876 ft)
Top floor 267 m (876 ft)


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stunning design! Reminds me of the Espirito Santo Building in Miami.


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This building is another one of the government's attempt to over take HCMC title as the largest city in Vietnam. absolutely disgusting, but I hope it's not isolated like the other ones. They should really spent the money on better things than this. I don't think it'd cost that much to improve the education and healthcare system.
     
     
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Visitors to the Museum will enter through a Pavilion that will house an auditorium for public programming, a multi-purpose area for contemplation and refreshment and a private suite reserved for victims'family members. Two of the original steel tridents from the Twin Towers will beenclosed within the Pavilion’s grand glass atrium, standing as references to the past, while signaling hope for the future.
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[QUOTE=KoolKool;5274860]Lotte Center Hanoi is a skyscraper under construction in Hanoi, Vietnam. This tower will have 65 floors and features a modern architectural style. The architect of the tower is Callison, an American company.

Alternative names Hanoi City Complex
Type Office, Shopping, Convention Center
Construction started 2010
Completed 2013
Height
Roof 267 m (876 ft)
Top floor 267 m (876 ft)



this buidling is cool! i think the goverment must spend more money on it.
     
     
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It's going to be an interesting contrast to the other buildings around it. Should look good.
     
     
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