Shanghai Tower Architecture : Chongqing Has Horizontal Skyscraper 250 Meters
czland.net -Chongqing has 'horizontal skyscraper' 250 meters up. Raffles City Chongqing is an engineering marvel and an example of China's addiction to mega-complexes. Now imagine a complex – this one in China – that is twice the size of the Singapore attraction and with an additional pair of skyscrapers on a 250-meter-high podium. The result is Raffles City Chongqing, a futuristic,
The sky corridor is a horizontal skyscraper in chongqing .... The ‘Sky Corridor’ can be described as a horizontal skyscraper. It stretches over four vertical towers near the Yangtze riverside in the Western Chinese municipality of Chongqing. The Sky Corridor is at a height of 250 meters above the ground and has a length of 300 meters. It is the most amazing part of the Raffles City Chongqing complex.
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Is chongqing's 'horizontal skyscraper' the answer to .... Eight skyscrapers are rising from the river banks: two above 350m and six above 250m. Raffles City Chongqing, a project headed by the architect Moshe Safdie, will boast 134,000 sq m of homes, shops, offices, entertainment, transportation links and a public park.
Capitaland breaks record with highest "horizontal .... CapitaLand Breaks Record with Highest "Horizontal Skyscraper". The defining element of the 1.12 million-square-metre Raffles City Chongqing development is an accordion-shaped "horizontal skyscraper" that sits atop four of the 250-metre-tall towers in the complex, making it the project with the highest sky bridge linking the most number of towers.
Chongqing is getting world’s longest ‘horizontal skyscraper’. Singaporean developer CapitaLand has completed the first section of a “sky park” that will form an aerial bridge between four 250m-high towers in the central Chinese city of Chongqing. The complex, the 10th and largest Raffles City development around the world, was designed by Canadian architect Moshe Safdie,