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|Global Tall Building News|
The proposed high-rise is planned for mixed uses, including 180 serviced residential apartments.
The blaze was the third to take place at the 115-meter Bank of Lisbon building in less than a year.
The project stacks staggered residential units to create both indoor and outdoor private spaces.
Around 336 apartments are now occupied, with the remainder to be handed over by the end of 2019.
CTBUH Executive Director Antony Wood discussed the phenomenon with ShopTalk London.
The tall and slender tower has reached its 204-meter pinnacle above the Financial District.
The development evokes the dramatic mountain landscapes found throughout rural China.
The visionary, high-density master plan was commissioned by the Stockholm Centre Party.
The Council collaborated with the Chicago Architecture Center on this significant new skyscraper exhibit.
A high-rise fire database has been created and applied to the field of machine learning.
The event convened a panel discussion featuring CTBUH China Associate Director Jiaqi Qu.
The group explored the two-tower condominium complex on the shore of Lake Ontario.
The three-tower complex represents a new waterfront extension of Sydney’s Central Business District.
Issue 3 of the 2018 IJHRB, a journal produced in conjunction with CTBUH Korea, has been released.
Feasible scenarios are presented for increasing London’s housing stock by building tall over rail lines.
Richard Salter, Arup, describes engineer-led solutions for addressing major ground-level constraints.
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