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Turkey's Melike Altinisik Architects (MAA) recently completed work on a new supertall communications tower with a striking design. It reaches a height of 369 m (1,210 ft) over Istanbul and boasts a restaurant and viewing area offering choice views of the point where Europe and Asia meet.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, LifestyleTags: Building and Construction, Skyscrapers, Turkey
This week on Dezeen, we rounded up ten supertall skyscrapers from the world's best-known architects that are set to appear in cities around the world. Read more
Some of the world's best-known architecture studios, including BIG, Foster + Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects and Dorte Mandrup, are designing supertall skyscrapers. Here are 10 that are on the horizon. Read more
Taking up the physical footprint of an entire city block and rising to a height of 308 m (1,011 ft), Foster + Partners' 50 Hudson Yards recently topped out in Manhattan, New York City, with the ceremonial placing of its final steel beam. The supertall skyscraper is now well on the way to completion, with big-named firms including Facebook expected to move in by 2022.Continue ReadingCategory: Arch
The 50 Hudson Yards supertall skyscraper designed by architecture studio Foster + Partners has reached its full height in New York as Facebook plans to move in. Read more
Frank Gehry has released visuals of a pair of twisting shiny skyscrapers, one of which will be over 300 metres, for King Street West in Toronto. Read more
The latest edition of our Dezeen Weekly newsletter features the problematic 432 Park Avenue skyscraper in New York. Read more
Architecture firm Skidmore Owings and Merrill has unveiled plans to build an 83-storey supertall skyscraper on the site of Donald Trump's old Grand Hyatt hotel in New York. Read more
A pair of supertall skyscrapers united by planted terraces will define the mixed-use Tower C development, which Zaha Hadid Architects is designing for Shenzhen, China. Read more
While designing the One Vanderbilt skyscraper, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) drew inspiration from NYC's golden era of construction and iconic towers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building. However, it also follows a modern approach to sustainability, including rainwater capture and the use of recycled materials.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, LifestyleTags: kpf, Skyscr


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