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Wangjing SOHO, consisting of three unique skyscrapers with a height of 118 meter, 127 meter and 200 meter each, impressed the jury by its excellent energy efficiency and its distinctive design, which gives the complex a harmonious and organic momentum.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran will soon see its first skyscraper in its capital, Tehran.
With their gravitas and ability to attract top companies, skyscrapers give confidence to other potential stakeholders, such as the local government, retail and leisure tenants and investors.
With over 300 participants expected to attend the annual event, the Smart Skyscrapers Summit will run a variety of workshops, seminars and panel debates.
Dubai too has plenty of ammo when it comes to creating new and tall skyscrapers -- the Dubai Lagoons master plan unveiled late last year has designs on what could be the world's tallest twin towers and getting ahead of Malaysia's Petronas Towers.
According to him, factoring in the special requirements of skyscrapers, the energy consumption can very easily spiral out of control, if left unchecked.
The building, which is 176 meters high, is one of the Moscow skyscrapers built in the city in 1938-1952 known in Russia as a Stalinist epoch.
Skyscrapers account for only 1 percent of the deaths, meaning that residential structures are 24 more times likely than a skyscraper to kill a bird each year.
This makes the result all the more impressive: a skyscraper that is recognized immediately and which is already considered London's new emblem," stated the expert jury in explaining its decision.
Building information modeling software is driving the increasingly complex design and construction of these skyscrapers, according to an industry expert.
The Imperial 3 is a proposed 400 metres (1,312 ft) 116 floors Supertall residential skyscraper in Mumbai, India.
Source: Daily Mail) China's ability to build skyscrapers at a fast rate is nothing new.