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View Poll Results: Vote for your favourite supertall skyscrapers!
India Tower 229 20.54%
Pingan International Finance Centre 80 7.17%
Tokyo Sky Tree 112 10.04%
Shanghai Tower 392 35.16%
Abraj Al-Bait Towers 82 7.35%
1 World Trade Center 334 29.96%
Chow Tai Fook Centre 44 3.95%
Pentominium 128 11.48%
Kingkey Finance Tower 83 7.44%
Princess Tower 36 3.23%
Al Hamra Tower 82 7.35%
Marina 101 29 2.60%
2 World Trade Center 209 18.74%
23 Marina 18 1.61%
Dalian Eton Center 23 2.06%
Capital Market Authority Headquarters 34 3.05%
Forum 66 17 1.52%
Central Market 34 3.05%
Elite Residence 20 1.79%
Mercury City Tower 130 11.66%
3 World Trade Center 98 8.79%
Emirates Park Towers 44 3.95%
The Pinnacle 48 4.30%
Sino-Steel Tower 86 7.71%
Hanoi Landmark Tower 62 5.56%
Samsung Parc 1 46 4.13%
The Torch 24 2.15%
ADNOC Headquarters 41 3.68%
Lamar Towers 15 1.35%
Modern Media Center 14 1.26%
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Old April 3rd, 2012, 12:07 PM   #221
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Originally Posted by dunefreezer View Post
I don't think its impractical. Its called architecture. It makes the building unique compared to the others. You don't need every square feet of a building you know. I mean only the real cheap people would want to use all the space they can have.

but don't worry, i respect your picks, they are beautiful buildings no doubt.
Absolutely - It is this wonderful variety of architecture that makes cities and suburbs interesting. I can walk around Manchester for hours and see something different every time.
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Old June 11th, 2012, 06:11 PM   #222
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I have a soft spot for the new trend of designing biscotti-shaped supertalls.

Kingkey for me.
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Old June 11th, 2012, 10:40 PM   #223
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But where is grorious pyramid of Pyongyang built by honorabru leader?
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