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Paris Embraces New Height Regulations With 12 Skyscrapers
An overturn of a ban on buildings over seven storeys high in Paris now has the city planning...
34-Storey Wooden Skyscraper Proposed for Stockholm
Sweden is hitting new heights in the wooden skyscraper trend with a 34-storey wood building proposed for Stockholm.
SOM Develops Timber Structural System For Skyscrapers
Design firm Skidmore, Ownings & Merrill has created a structural system for skyscrapers that uses mass timber as...
Battle of the Tallest: 432 Park Avenue Vs. One World Trade Centre
Architect Rafael Viñoly is injecting some serious height into New York’s already busy skyline with his landmark 432...
Behind The Height Of Skyscrapers
Skyscrapers stand to be one of the most sustainable solutions to surviving a rapidly growing population.
Designs Revealed for Zaha Hadid’s First US Skyscraper
Designs were revealed this week for Zaha Hadid's One Thousand Museum building, a 215-metre skyscraper in downtown Miami.
Pros and Cons Must Be Considered in Skyscraper Design
It is important to analyse skyscrapers' impact during the construction stage, the useful service stage and the demolition...
Winner Announced: Packer’s Crown Sydney Draws Closer To Approval
British architectural firm, WilkinsonEyre Architects have been selected to design James Packer’s ambitious skyscraper that will be home...
Greenest, Tallest, Safest: One World Trade Center Stands at 1,776 feet
One World Trade Center was crowned last week with the installation of a 124-metre steel spire, bringing the...
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