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26-02-2015 > Third Time Lucky For Nouvel Skyscraper Designs

Tour Hekla, ParisSince 2013 Jean Nouvel has been working on Tour Hekla, a new skyscraper to stand in Pari's La Defense, the main tall building cluster of the French capital. Developed by Hines and AG Real Estate, it will have 47 floors and consist almost entirely of office space.

26-02-2015 > Monterrey Set For Latin Americas Tallest

Torre Insignia, MonterreyTorre Insignia is a new supertall skyscraper proposal for the Mexican city of Monterrey that if built will rise to a height of 330 metres, a height which if realised will make it the tallest tower in Latin America.

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26-02-2015 > New Supertall Unveiled In Dubai

Al Wasl Tower, DubaiDubai might be famed for its skyscrapers but visitors to the city will tell you that much of it remains empty dust-covered lots. One of these could soon see a supertall proposal, one of the first since the 2008 financial crash that has seen the previously growing skyline reach a state of stasis.

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18-02-2015 > 100 Liverpool Street Set For Rebuild

100 Liverpool Street, LondonOne of the oldest buildings at the Broadgate Centre in the City of London, 100 Liverpool Street is rapidly approaching its 30th anniversary. The owner, British Land, now plans on refurbishing the building abandoning the distinctive 80s look it boasts, and extending it upwards too to increase the amount of space on offer.

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13-02-2015 > First Look At Leamouth South

Leamouth South, LondonThe southern part of the Leamouth Peninsula in London's docklands has long been mooted for development, and Ballymore has at last come up with a redevelopment designed by Allies and Morrison.

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09-02-2015 > Wood Wharf A1 In Detail

Wood Wharf A1, LondonA detailed planning application relating to the proposed skyscraper by Herzog & de Meuron at Wood Wharf has been filed with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets following on from the previous outline planning application which has now been approved.

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16-01-2015 > New 17 Floor Office Tower For Manchester

Byrom House, ManchesterProposed next to Hardman Square and the Spinningfields district in Manchester is the redevelopment of Astley House and Byrom House and the their replacement with a new design from the pens of Stride Treglown.

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08-01-2015 > 20 Fenchurch Street Opens

20 Fenchurch Street, LondonAfter years of skyscrapers going up, the City of London skyline is about to stablise, at least for a while, as 20 Fenchurch Street finally opens its doors to the public.

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09-02-2015 > Beacon Sets Chicago Spire Competition Alight

Chicago Beacon, ChicagoRemember the Chicago Spire? It was to be one of the tallest buildings in the world, but never got further than being a titanic hole in the ground. Well now a series of six competition entries have surfaced that offer various visions for the site.

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29-01-2015 > Birmingham Natwest Tower Demolition Plans

National Westminster Tower, BirminghamThe John Madin designed Natwest Tower in Birmingham is to be demolished if Rockspring Property can win the thumbs up to do so from Birmingham City Council.

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11-01-2015 > Avery Associates Aviva Proposals

1 Undershaft, LondonAviva's headquarters, the first tower to exceed the height of St Paul's Cathedral in the City of London, is being mooted for redevelopment and demolition.

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07-01-2015 > Stratford Heads Into The Stratosphere

Stratosphere Tower, LondonWork is getting underway on yet another residential tower for London's fast-emerging new city centre, the Broadway Chambers scheme, which has been renamed Stratosphere after Stratford.

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