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Tallest Skyscrapers Skyscraper News

Evening Standard

Skyscrapers in Westminster? Taller buildings plan mulled | London ...
Evening Standard
A new crop of towers could be on the way in Westminster after the city council on Monday launched a consultation on constructing taller buildings. Less than a ...
Westminster consultation on tall buildings not about skyscrapers ...LocalGov

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The Independent

The Big Bend: Giant U-shaped skyscraper planned for New York
The Independent
As skyscrapers soar to new heights, a New York architecture firm is taking a different approach, proposing a U-shaped tower that would smash records as the longest building in the world. Designs for the “Big Bend” show a 4,000 ft long, arched ...
'Longest building in the world': U-shaped skyscraper could transform New
New York City's Skyline Would Look a Lot Different With This Futuristic SkyscraperFortune
The Big Bend: Plans for incredible u-shaped New York skyscraper unveiledEvening Standard -Business Insider -Fox News -New York Times
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BBC News

The tech turning skyscrapers into adverts
BBC News
The tech turning skyscrapers into adverts. 24 March 2017 Last updated at 10:24 GMT. A new projection technique for creating persistence of vision displays has been developed which allow displays to be up to 200m (656ft) tall. The technology uses the ...

State govt wants Mumbai region to sprout skyscrapers
Times of India
Mumbai: Skyscrapers may become the norm across municipal areas in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region if the government's latest plan becomes law. Draft development control regulations (DCR) for the seven municipal corporations of Thane, Mira-Bhayandar ...

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Financial Times

How skyscrapers will transform working life
Financial Times
One day soon, you may find yourself working in a skyscraper. As developers in cramped cities around the world build upwards in the quest for office space, and ambitious developers and architects vie to construct trophy properties, more of us will find ...


New York skyscrapers adapt to climate change
With a skyline crowded with ever-more luxury towers, the construction of another Manhattan skyscraper wouldn't normally be remarkable. But the American Copper Buildings going up on the East River—a complex of two towers with 764 apartments, ...

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Wobbly skyscrapers may trigger motion-sickness and depression, warn experts
If working in an office high-rise makes you tired and grumpy, it may not just be your job that's to blame. Skyscrapers may trigger motion-sickness, sleepiness and depression because they sway slightly in the wind, experts believe, and are launching a ...

Manchester Evening News

18 skyscrapers and towers that could transform Manchester's skyline
Manchester Evening News
Those which look set to be built include a skyscraper which will loom large over Beetham Tower - as well as others which are of a similar size to Manchester's current building. Here are 18 high-rise buildings which will, or could, be built in the city ...

Daily Mail

The incredible U-shaped New York skyscraper is unveiled - Daily Mail
Daily Mail
The race to build the world's most spectacular skyscraper has reached new heights - and taken a turn in direction. Designs for 'The Big Bend', a slender tower ...

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Supertall skyscraper hangs from orbiting asteroid in Clouds Architecture Office concept
New York-based Clouds Architecture Office drew up plans for Analemma Tower to "overturn the established skyscraper typology" by building not up from the ground but down from the sky by affixing the foundations to an orbiting asteroid. Analemma Tower.

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