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  1. Scale Models
    The Danbury Mint released 5 skyscrapers over the years. 🏦 The hardest one to find was by far their Sears Tower but I now have all 5 of them pictured below. I'm looking into adding a John Hancock Center (made by another company here... or this one here...) so I'll update this thread with any new...
  2. El mundo que nos rodea
    Bueno, me animo a cometer una atrocidad, voy a crear un thread por primera vez :lol: Es de mis primeros post, así que voy a contar un poco de mi historia en torno a la ciudad. Hasta Enero de 2011, no había subido a un avión en mi vida, hasta que se me ocurrió hacer una aventura por algunas...
  3. Chicago
    Hey again, Chicago Forumers, Here is the second part of my first day (Monday, February 20) visiting your amazing city, including exploring more of the city, taking in the Sears Tower skydeck views, some night shots, and even a Blues show to go with it. Here we go, with Part 2 of Day One of my...
  4. Scale Models
    For new models, go to skyscrapermodels.us Here's the best (and pretty much only) source for free paper skyscraper models. Each is a result of hours of hard work as well as trial and error. All of my models are precisely scaled at 1:1700 or 142ft per inch and 50cm per pixel, so you can compare...
  5. Chicago
    The Chicago Architecture Blog was invited to today's media preview of The Ledge, which opens to the public tomorrow at Skydeck Chicago (formerly the Sears Skydeck). I've been a little hesitant when walking on glass floors in places like Toronto and Seoul and elsewhere. But The Ledges (there...
  6. Rate Our Talls: Supertalls
    Sears Tower Chicago, United States HEIGHT: 442 meters/1,450 feet FLOORS: 108 COMPLETION: 1974 ARCHITECT: Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill LLP In the late 1960s, Sears Roebuck and Company, then the world's largest retailer with $8.9 billion in sales, decided to consolidate its administrative...
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