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03 Mar 2015, Vienna, Austria
A wooden skyscraper, which would be the tallest of its kind in the world, is to be built in 2016. The 84-meter HoHo project will house a hotel, apartments, a restaurant, wellness center, and offices. Read more.
03 Mar 2015, Monterrey, Mexico
Torre Insignia is a new supertall skyscraper that would rise to a height of 330 meters. The extreme height of the scheme is inspired by the famous mountains around Monterrey that dominate its backdrop. Read more.
03 Mar 2015, Melbourne, Australia
An 85-meter portrait of indigenous leader William Barak has been carved into the balconies of a new 530-unit apartment building at the former Carlton United Brewery site on Swanston Street. Read more.
02 Mar 2015, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has designed a unique tower that creates a visual counterpoint to the city's existing structures. The tower steps out as it rises, effectively turning the shape of a typical skyscraper upside down. Read more.
02 Mar 2015, Cairo, Egypt
A 200-meter tower called the Zayed Crystal Spark, which would be Egypt’s tallest, will be unveiled at the upcoming economic summit scheduled in March, Egypt’s Minister of Housing Moustafa Madbouly stated February 25. Read more.
02 Mar 2015, Paris, France
Since 2013, Jean Nouvel has been working on Tour Hekla, a new skyscraper to stand in La Défense, the main tall building cluster of Paris. Developed by Hines, it will have 47 floors and consist almost entirely of office space. Read more.