you honestly believe that?Chief said:So many of those buildings are either completely forgettable, or worse.
Many of these towers would be landmarks in the average city in Texas. Any complaints about unoriginality, that person must not have seen most buildings out there.Chief said:So many of those buildings are either completely forgettable, or worse.
I'm aware that there are some truly wonderful buildings in Dubai. I was simply pointing out that whilst Dubai is truly experiencing an astounding construction boom, with many, many towers stretching over 250m high, unfortunately, I do not feel that many of these towers are of a high quality.Jue said:Any complaints about unoriginality, that person must not have seen most buildings out there.
With all due respect, what's your point? We're not talking an average Texas city - we're talking about Dubai, which has aspirations to become a great world city. That doesn't come about through height alone. You could take any of those towers and put them in any average city and they'd be landmarks. That doesn't mean they're any good.Many of these towers would be landmarks in the average city in Texas.
:applause: nice one....AltinD said:^^ All new buildings will use district cooling, which reduce A/C usage up to 40%. All of them also use reflective and specially coated glass to reduce the amount of heat and UV radiation penetrating inside.
Do your home work before talking the expert please.