Monthly Archives: November 2014

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Toronto Skyline ****

Whenever some members of the SkyscraperCity forums want to stimulate some focus for their message, they add some smutty title and an opening line saying "Now that I have your attention...".…Read more
Slap ‘m down

Slap ‘m down

If your formative years were in the 1980's you must remember the 8 bit computer games with their blocky graphics, bleepy music and an opening screen that read loading. The game Tower…Read more
Over here!

Over here!

Can you see what's wrong with the picture above? At first glance not much, seeing it's Midtown Manhattan in the backdrop of a detail of the 8 Spruce Street skyscraper…Read more
Dreaming of Skyscrapers

Dreaming of Skyscrapers

There are a good number of sources out there, and most of them put the meaning of a skyscraper within a dream somewhere in between your high ideals, creativity, accomplishments and imagination, the…Read more

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Rollerscraper

Measuring 139 meters tall, a rollercoaster with the foreboding name Kingda Ka at Six Flags, New Jersey is recognized as the tallest in the world. Even with it's record breaking height, the…Read more
#1 classic skyline: Bagan

#1 classic skyline: Bagan

Long before Chicago and New York triggered an ongoing skyscraper race that eventually spread all over the world, people were erecting towers for all sorts of reasons. Expressing wealth and…Read more
Stack ‘m up!

Stack ‘m up!

Kicking off the app section of this magazine is an app named The Tower which object is about as simple as the name: build as tall as possible tower. Going…Read more
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