thisbigcity:

theharbinger:

Hong Kong Skyline

An illustrated timeline of 40 years of changes to the Hong Kong skyline. 

thisbigcity:

theharbinger:

Hong Kong Skyline

An illustrated timeline of 40 years of changes to the Hong Kong skyline. 

posted on 13.06.19

infiniteinterior:

John Portman / Marriott, Atlanta (1985) (by manuela.martin)

infiniteinterior:

John Portman / Marriott, Atlanta (1985) (by manuela.martin)

posted on 13.06.19

architecturia:

Interlocking gears b lovely art

architecturia:

Interlocking gears b lovely art

posted on 13.06.14

acidadebranca:

#ARCHITECTURE #RENDERINGS
Bangkok, Thailand | MahaNakhon | Ole Scheeren + Office for Metropolitan Architecture 
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1141539

acidadebranca:

#ARCHITECTURE #RENDERINGS

Bangkok, Thailand | MahaNakhon | Ole Scheeren + Office for Metropolitan Architecture 

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1141539

posted on 13.05.26

acidadebranca:

#ARCHITECTURE #RENDERINGS
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Kingdom Towe | Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture is pleased to announce that it is designing Kingdom Tower, to be the world’s tallest building, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, near the Red Sea.
At over 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) and a total construction area of 530,000 square meters (5.7 million square feet), Kingdom Tower will be the centerpiece and first construction phase of the Kingdom City development on a 5.3 million-square-meter site in north Jeddah. The tower’s height will be at least 173 meters (568 feet) taller than the world’s current tallest building, Dubai’s 828-meter-tall Burj Khalifa, which was designed by Adrian Smith while at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Kingdom Tower will feature a Four Seasons hotel, Four Seasons serviced apartments, Class A office space, luxury condominiums and the world’s highest observatory.
Design development of the tower is under way, with construction to begin imminently. Foundation drawings are complete and the piling for the tower is currently being tendered. Kingdom Tower will cost approximately $1.2 billion to construct, while the cost of the entire Kingdom City project is anticipated to be $20 billion.
SOURCE | 11.05.2013 | 20.44
http://www.dezeen.com/2011/08/02/first-image-of-worlds-tallest-buildingto-be-built-in-jeddah/

acidadebranca:

#ARCHITECTURE #RENDERINGS

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Kingdom Towe | Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture is pleased to announce that it is designing Kingdom Tower, to be the world’s tallest building, in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, near the Red Sea.

At over 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) and a total construction area of 530,000 square meters (5.7 million square feet), Kingdom Tower will be the centerpiece and first construction phase of the Kingdom City development on a 5.3 million-square-meter site in north Jeddah. The tower’s height will be at least 173 meters (568 feet) taller than the world’s current tallest building, Dubai’s 828-meter-tall Burj Khalifa, which was designed by Adrian Smith while at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. Kingdom Tower will feature a Four Seasons hotel, Four Seasons serviced apartments, Class A office space, luxury condominiums and the world’s highest observatory.

Design development of the tower is under way, with construction to begin imminently. Foundation drawings are complete and the piling for the tower is currently being tendered. Kingdom Tower will cost approximately $1.2 billion to construct, while the cost of the entire Kingdom City project is anticipated to be $20 billion.

SOURCE | 11.05.2013 | 20.44

http://www.dezeen.com/2011/08/02/first-image-of-worlds-tallest-buildingto-be-built-in-jeddah/

posted on 13.05.17

archi-versus:

Sky Condos_DCPP Arquitectos

posted on 13.05.01

posted on 13.03.31

ryanpanos:

3GATTI | Shelf Hotel via Arthitectural

posted on 13.03.08

fackyeaharchitecture:

writingaboutarchitecture:

define-space:

the shard by italian architect renzo piano.

sketches of london’s 310m glass sky scraper by renzo piano building workshop and michel denance.

writingaboutarchitecture: The Shard looks much better in drawing!

posted on 13.02.27

midcenturymodernfreak:

2013 Beirut Terraces | Architects: Herzog & de Meuron | Beirut, Lebanon | 129 Residential Apartments

Via

posted on 13.02.22

ethel-baraona:


Kikutake Kiyonori, ECO POLIS [early 1990s] |  Metabolism, the City of the Future

ethel-baraona:

Kikutake Kiyonori, ECO POLIS [early 1990s] |  Metabolism, the City of the Future

posted on 13.02.18

nickoftimela:

Official Wilshire Grand renderings! 

posted on 13.02.12

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