I actually agree, because then we can add all high-rise buildings above 12 floors or 35m which would be the best. What we do now is to try to limit it to buildings taller than 15 floors and just add the most spectacular 12 floor tall high-rise buildings. And it gets much more organised than now (even though we have this thread).I am wondering, maybe we can make a subfolders for each NordBalt country and put there all highrises sorting by country?! It would be much more easy to use! Don't you think so?
Good idea. It will make the titles a bit long though. From the start we hoped that kind of information was added into the thread, not as the title. I think that would be easiest, to add its more detailed location on the top of the thread.I have a suggestion. I think we should divide bigger cities like Stockholm into different regions. I mean... to say that a building will be built in Stockholm doesn't say much about the location. The highrises in Stockholm is spread out tens of kilometers from each other. I think we should have titles like:
and so on...
Stockholm/Telefonplan - Sweden
This building is under construction at Telefonplan 3 metro stations South of Södermalm. Only about
100 meters from the Telefonplan Tower and the 200 m high proposal called Tell Us Tower. You can
see construction pictures of it in one of the links below.
hey ! there was a project named delta plaza^^ Exactly! Hey, estonians, wake up! I don't believe there is no proposed, approved or U/C highrise in Tallinn currently!
We have a finnish high-rise/architecture forum called Talo-Forum. Another site is www.pilvenpiirtaja.net. Finns talk about highrises in these sites.Whats up with ESTONIA and FINLAND? There is hardly any threads about all the projects there. This is one of few places on Planet Earth you can actually present your newest and proudest highrise projects!
Would be nice if all N&B countries was actually presentable here with as many projects as possible.
Yes, sry, havent had the time to adjust to the new system (we split N&B into country sections, this was the thread we used before that) yet for this thread.Looks like this (really useful) thread wasn't updated for quite some time.
Just a typical pragmatic German remark