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Posted by  Aggressive Napkin on March 31, 2004 at 00:42:08:

Hi. I remember reading an issue of the New York Times Magazine discussing the future of all aspect of humanity, including architecture. For this they featured a skyscraper that was a bank(I think). When I saw the photo I was amazed at how totally awesome it looked. I decided to look for it again, but I don't know any relavent keywords that would descern it from anything else generic, such as it's name for instance (I spent a half hour searching google for "germany skyscaper modern architecture etc). I think it had a modern air conditioning system allowing the air to flow through it somehow. I think it might have actually been a few buildings, because they were connected with these pipe looking things. It was truely instipartional and I would like it if anyone could tell me the name of any huge modern skyscaper built in germany in the past three or four years. Thank you.

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