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Posted by  Donald on November 10, 2003 at 12:32:02:

THE INTERNATIONAL HIGHRISE AWARD 2004

The City of Frankfurt am Main (Germany) and the DekaBank are jointly holding The International Highrise Award 2004.

From the building of the tower of Babel through to the present, highrises have remained a fascinating symbol of mankindís technological and cultural achievements. The world over, highrises are an indispensable and trailblazing element in town planning. For developers, tall buildings have a strong representational status. For architects and engineers, they are a challenge to design innovative structures and designs.

The International Highrise Award is being bestowed for a building that stands out for its special aesthetics, pioneering design, integration into town planning, sustainability, innovative technology and cost-effectiveness.


Full details available at: www.highrise-frankfurt.de

I can think of many to submit!

 
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