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He appears to be the guy busted for scaling One World Trade Center.
By Thomas Fisher, University of Minnesota Hey! Here's where we keep our top brass! La Citta Vita, CC BY-SA The idea of doing
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If you're a lover of skyscrapers, architecture, and historic buildings, Chicago is a great place to visit. If you're a foodie with an even more insatiable appetite for good shopping, then Chicago is an even better place to visit!
The mysterious, mostly disappeared world of LIFE magazine is all still there: Staffers hacking at typewriters, beefing about the managing editor, draining double Scotches and martinis before lunch. At least in my mind it's still there.
There are innumerable perks to being at the top, not least of which is the fact that you may be able to afford physically
You work in them. You live in them. You pass by them everyday. They stretch above us like forest canopies made of metal and
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Infographic: The World’s Most Expensive Skyscrapers originally appeared on ArchDaily, the most visited architecture website
Now that I've visited the Petronas Towers in the city of Kuala Lumpur ("KL") in Malaysia, I have come to appreciate the impact of successful marketing at the global level.
Under the expert curatorial guidance of Ed Budz, the Thalia theater at Symphony Space is offering a remarkable cinematic series this summer. Appropriately if prosaically titled Classics in HD, it includes some of the most memorable films in 20th century film history.
6. Sweaters for Skyscrapers And it might become a reality if Scandinavian practice C.F. Møller and DinnellJohansson -- 2013
Names of cities are not just collections of letters. When you read "Rome" or hear "Hanoi" you get a firecracker flash. A row of mental lightbulbs pops on, you see a private marquee picture of the place, and then, when you think of something else, it's gone.