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Old November 22nd, 2007, 10:04 PM   #1
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Problem for Piano's tower in Turin (italy)

Yesterday the last episode of S.Paolo tower in Turin. The problem of this high rise building is its highness: 200 m. People organized an association to say a big No to the tower and distributed a scary simulation/picture of the skyscraper in the city: in other words, no towers/obstacles between the Mole Antonelliana (the major landmark of Turin) and the amazing landscape of Alps. Renzo Piano answered them with some sketches. The association proposed a third simulation. Yesterday Renzo Piano proposed to reduce the highness of tower to 166 mt. instead of 200 mt. Nothing is gonna change... waiting for the 5th simulation.
If you are interested in this 100% italian story and in seeing the 4 simulations 1|2

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