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Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Mar 1, 2011

Proposed Skyscrapper Projects

My particular interest lies in Supertall buildings and Skyscrappers. This thread is meant for the latest proposed skyscrapper projects (which are being planned but no actual construction started) all over the world.

Here are few I got from skyscrappercity -

Shangri-la at the Fort
Location: Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila
Approx Height: 208 meters (not final)
Architect - SOM
Interior Design - Hirsch Bedner Associates

Landmarkk Tower Istanbul
-52 floors AG
-11 floors UG
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Mar 1, 2011
One Shenton Way, Singapore. Will have 50 floors and the project is expected to complete in 2011.
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Mar 2, 2011
No one is interested in discussing skyscrappers? I thought this thread would attract 100 responses every day! 😕
ISHAN TOPRE • Mar 2, 2011
There is a tallest standing skyscraper in the world.It is the 'Tokyo sky tree' also called new Tokyo tower(Previous name).
It touched a hight of 1971 feet on this Tuesday and is still under construction.

The second tallest tower after it is Canton tower of China.[​IMG]
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Mar 2, 2011
You sure about this?
There is a tallest standing skyscraper in the world
I thought it's still the Burj Khalifa. Interesting information 😀 Keep sharing 😁
ISHAN TOPRE • Mar 2, 2011
Thanks biggie for your response.But let me correct my self.
Burj Khalifa is actually 828m i.e; 2717 feet tall (Sky tree is just 1971 feet) but construction is going on so you can expect it to be taller than former.
Tokyo sky tree is however worlds tallest "FREE STANDING TOWER".
They are not disclosing the final height.I don't know much however Tokyo sky tree surpassed Canton tower of china(1968 feet).
(This is the image of Canton tower)
maria flor
maria flor • Mar 3, 2011
Thank you for sharing this Ishu.I thought Burj Khalifa is the highest skyscraper but when I see this... it may become more taller than Burj Khalifa
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Mar 3, 2011
I'm shocked. By the way, have you guys read this -> William F. Baker – Building The Tallest Sky Buster: Burj Dubai - CrazyEngineers

I look forward to seeing more interesting structures 😀
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Mar 3, 2011
The Bow at Calgary, Alberta, Canada


The Bow got it's name from the tower's unique, curving shape.

When it's completed it will be Calgary's first steel skyscraper, which means it'll use significantly less material, as a steel frame does away with the need for a multitude of weaker supports built into load-bearing walls.

It will also be Calgary's tallest building, and the green-minded team at Fosters and Partners built it to be environmentally sustainable. Three sky lobbies spaced about 18 floors apart divide it into three zones for business, shopping and leisure, and a southward atrium spans the entirety of the Bow's facade, which will expose the inside to plenty of sun and help warm it during Canadian winters.

Energy is also saved by the amount of light the Bow's heavily-windowed structure lets in, meaning more natural illumination and less of the artificial stuff.

While it won't even make the list of the 100 tallest buildings in the world at a modest 774 ft., The Bow still stands tall--and curved--as an example of environmentally-minded architecture.
How about indian sky scrapers?

Supertech Ltd has announced launching ‘North Eye’ project in Noida, NCR. Standing at 255 meters with 60 floors, the company claims this will be North India’s tallest residential development.

The features of this concept tower are matchless and it is going to give an opportunity to the proud owners to live at a height no one has done ever before.” The project will be spread over an area of 9 acres which will be built up in three parts: East wing, West wing and Central Tower.

to read more... North India's Tallest Tower launched by Supertech | Projects | Construction News |

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