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DeciBel Architecture has revealed its design for what could become Melbourne's tallest skyscraper, a skinny 330-metre-high tower rising from a triangular plot. Read more
Construction is due to commence on a skyscraper by Foster + Partners in Mexico City, set to match the height of the city's tallest tower. Read more
the monument - 182 meters tall (597 feet) - depicts vallabhbhai 'sardar' patel, india's first deputy prime minister.The post the tallest statue in the world will be twice the height of lady liberty appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the mexican city of monterrey is getting a new skyscraper, one that will soar to a record height of over 227 meters.The post SMA wins competition to build constitución 999, monterrey’s tallest tower appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the 1,148-foot timber tower hopes to help 'transform the city into a forest'.The post tokyo plans world’s tallest wooden skyscraper by 2041 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
David Chipperfield Architects is set to build a 230-metre-high skyscraper on the River Elbe in Hamburg, expected to become the city's tallest building. Read more
the building has been designed to both complement and contrast the form of the elbphilharmonie, rising as a tapered tower above a public atrium.The post david chipperfield architects unveils plans for ‘elbtower,’ hamburg’s tallest building appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
in developing the supertall structure, the architects took inspiration from the city's small-scale courtyards by recasting them within a spiraling form.The post shanghai tower by gensler is the world’s second tallest building appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
some murals redefine the personality of a space.The post HENSE puts his mark on the tallest new building in atlanta’s midtown appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Researchers have discovered that Britain's highest mountain isn't in Britain. A recent cartographic survey by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has found that Mount Hope, at an elevation of 3,239 m (10,654 ft) above sea level, is not only the highest mountain in the British Antarctic Territory (BAT), but in any British territory. The survey, which incorporates new satellite data shows that M


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