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 Tallest Skyscrapers Privacy Policy



We respect your privacy and we are committed to safeguarding your privacy while online at our site www.tallestskyscrapers.info . The following discloses the information gathering and dissemination practices for this Web site.

Log Files
Like most standard Web site servers we use log files. This includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp, and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user’s movement in the aggregate, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. IP addresses, etc. are not linked to personally identifiable information.

Newsletter
If we offer a newsletter and a user wishes to subscribe to our newsletter, we ask for contact information such as name and email address. Out of respect for our users privacy we provide a way to opt-out of these communications. And will not pass or sell on your details.

Cookies
A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user’s computer tied to information about the user. Our site does not use extensive cookies however if we are running an adserver script this will use cookies to display advertisements and will record if an advert was clicked. Some of our business partners use cookies on our site (for example, advertisers). However, we have no access to or control over these cookies, once we have given permission for them to set cookies for advertising.

Links
This Web site contains links to other sites. Please be aware that we are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of each and every Web site that collects personally identifiable information. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected by this Web site.

Advertisers
We use outside ad companies to display ads on our site. These ads may contain cookies and are collected by our ad companies, and we do not have access to this information. We work with the ad companies: Google Adsense, CJ, Tradedoubler and others. Please check their websites for respective privacy policies.

We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our website. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, click here.

 

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Tallest Skyscrapers Skyscraper News




The Sun

These are the skyscrapers that could be coming to a city near you ...
The Sun
From skyscrapers in mountains and trees, futuristic skyscrapers for London and New York and the “Heal-Berg” – a “reverse climate changing machine”.

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The Mercury

Hotel group wants to build two skyscrapers in Hobart worth a ...
The Mercury
NEW plans for the capital's first skyscrapers have been lodged with the Hobart City Council. The Singapore-based Fragrance Group yesterday lodged ...

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Evening Standard

How new skyscrapers including the 1000ft Trellis will transform London's skyline
Evening Standard
After the Walkie-Talkie, the Cheesegrater and the Gherkin comes the Trellis, a 1,000ft skyscraper that in a few years' time will tower over the City. When Sadiq Khan gave the 73-storey tower final approval in December he sealed the future of Western ...



Mirror.co.uk

Mind-blowing skyscrapers of the future include an agricultural marketplace, the side of a mountain, and an iceberg
Mirror.co.uk
Architects may be able to appreciate the differences in skyscrapers, but to most of us they're just gigantic towers of glass and concrete. But an annual design competition held by architectural magazine eVolo shows some truly eye-catching concept ...



Dezeen

Record number of skyscrapers completed in London in 2016 - Dezeen
Dezeen
More skyscrapers were constructed in London last year than ever before, with 26 opening their doors and 455 more in the pipeline, according to new industry ...
London's future skyline: the 455 new skyscrapers turning our capital ...Telegraph.co.uk
A new London skyscraper was started each week last year as 48 ...City A.M.
London's Skyline Growing Fast, Shows ReportLondonist

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Business Insider

Idea for Sequoia tree skyscraper wins honorable mention for eVolo ...
Business Insider
The average Giant Sequoia tree, native to California's Sierra Nevada, can stretch anywhere from 150 to 280 feet. The world's largest Sequoia (by trunk volume ...

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BT.com

Concept skyscraper competition gives a glimpse of the possible ...
BT.com
A competition to find the best new concept skyscrapers of the future has announced its winners – and the ideas look straight out of science fiction.
Concept skyscraper competition pitches fantastical buildings of the ...Alphr
Evolo magazine reveals winners of skyscraper competition | Daily ...Daily Mail

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Business Insider

Stefano Boeri Architetti builds tree-covered skyscrapers in China ...
Business Insider
The Italian design firm Stefano Boeri Architetti is planning a "forest city" for China, modeled after the firm's completed green towers in Milan.

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Fortune

Japan: Tokyo Makes Room for 45 New Skyscrapers | Fortune.com
Fortune
Tokyo's densely packed skyline is about to become even more crowded, as the city gets ready to christen another 45 skyscrapers before 2020.

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Telegraph.co.uk

The coolest futuristic skyscrapers that will (probably) never be built
Telegraph.co.uk
Here we present some of the most spectacular designs shortlisted in Evolo's futuristic skyscraper competition, and other ambitious concepts from around the world, some of which may never see the light of day.


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