Uh what? It would look just as terrible if not more so, terrible proportions, like a Hong Kong skyscraper wall blown up to a ridiculous height with two random highrises put on top.How to ruin KL skyline.
Honestly , remove this horrible ferris wheel and the design will look quite good actually
https://www.nst.com.my/business/201...points-crcc -main-contractor-skywheel-projectKUALA LUMPUR: M101 Holdings Sdn Bhd has appointed China Railway Construction Corp Malaysia Bhd (CRCC) as the main contractor for its RM2.2 billion worth in GDV M101 Skywheel project.
M101 chief executive officer Datuk Seth Yap said with CRCC on board, M101 Skywheel is well on its way to becoming Malaysia’s next iconic landmark.
China Railway Construction Corp (International) Ltd chairman Zhuo Lei said M101 Skywheel is a good addition to its portfolio and building this project will raise the standards of the construction industry.
CRCC, one of the subsidiaries of China Railway Construction Corp is a large construction enterprise with over 65 years of experience and it is supervised by the State Council of China.
CRCC is ranked one of the largest and the most competitive construction enterprise in both China and the World.
The company was recently ranked 80 in world top 500 Fortune. CRCC has a wealth of experience in the design, construction and management of high-rise buildings more than 300 meters tall.
Recently, CRCC successfully constructed the Four Seasons Hotel with a total height of 342.5 meters.
https://www.edgeprop.my/content/1264927/m101-skywheel-records-over-rm530m-sales-2017“Designed by Studio F. A. Porsche, M101 Skywheel is poised to be the next international landmark and an international tourist destination, helping to maintain Kuala Lumpur’s spot as a unique destination,” he said.
Construction works on M101 Skywheel have begun, and with the appointment of China Railway Construction Corp Malaysia Bhd, the integrated development is scheduled to be completed by 2021.
The first of its kind in the world, the M101 SkyWheel with its two towers is a landmark designed to redefine the Kuala Lumpur skyline.
For our approach we applied local Malay design elements through a functional and thoroughly modern lens, turning traditional patterns into bold and new imagery.
Three signature elements help define the building: its red meridian stripe, the reflective black glass and the titanium pedestal, which elevates the building and instills a sense of presence. Each element operates individually and complementarily to form one grand design.
By applying our functional product-design-oriented approach to the façade, with a focus on materials and attention to detail, we ensured that the design stands as a product that challenges conventional design thinking and allows visitors to interact with the space in entirely new ways.
According to the developer, 60m ferris wheel's frontage will be embedded with LED screen - visible hundreds of miles away, at its vantage 220m above ground. :lol::lol::lol::lol:^^ are they for real? Like real chronograph watch cum skywheel design?