Originally Posted by Mister Nifty
But, you know, if you can get about a million twenty story buildings built like seem to exist in San Paolo, Brazil, the skyline can still look impressive.
Frankly, there is nothing impressive about SP save for the sheer mass. Architecuture? What architecture? Heigh, no notable concentration really sticks out.
I think people really confuse the cityscape
of SP with a skyline, thousands of 10-20 story resedential buildings isn't really SP's skyline, it really is how the city is laid out, hence, why it's more of the environment of the city vs. the city's skyline; its like if all the boroughs of NYC weren't seperated by water to form a continous, uniterrupted environment, and one were to reguard the whole thing as the skyline, which in reality, would be the cityscape, where the actual skyline is just either Midtown or Lower Manhattan.
EDIT: dammit, I keep accidently logging into my first account that I don't use..