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12-06-2006 > Dublins Tallest Proposed at the Digital Hub

Model of Digital Hub Thomas Street DublinManor Park Homes have revealed their plans for the tallest and second tallest buildings in the Irish capital of Dublin. The project will be the central point of the Digital Hub proposals that occupy a 2.5 acre site in Thomas Street, Dublin 2.

12-06-2006 > New Malmo Tower To Beat Turning Torso Record

Unnamed Malmo TowerThe SSM company in Sweden is leading a development for what could be the tallest building in Malmo and the tallest all residential building in Europe trumping the existing Turning Torso, also in Malmo.

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09-06-2006 > Moscow Aqua Building Begins

Aqua Building Moscow RussiaConstruction is underway on the latest addition to the Moscow skyline, Aqua Palace. Once completed it will be 56 floors and approximately 250 metres in height. It is being developed by Turkish developer ENKA for plot four of the International Business Centre and should be completed in the third quarter of 2008. Aqua Palace been designed by the American firm NBJJ, most famous for renovating the world's largest building, the Boeing plant in Chicago.

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30-05-2006 > Libeskind Ahead Of The Curve In Milan Italy

Fiera Milano redvelopment, Milan ItalyPicking some of the most famed architects in the world, the City of Milan plans to an enormous new complex of towers surrounded by lush landscaped grounds in the Fiero Milano development, a scheme aimed at providing the city with a new commercial centre and desparately needed lungs for the city to breathe.

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08-05-2006 > British Firms Design Two Moscow Whoppers

City Palace MoscowScottish architecture firm RMJM, infamous for designing the much delayed Scottish Parliament, are twisting with joy that they have won the battle to design a new skyscraper in Moscow.

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16-06-2005 > Dublin To Get First 100m Plus Building

Heuston Gate tower Dublin IrelandWhat will be Dublin's tallest building, Heuston Gate, has been given the thumbs up by an Board Pleanála, the local planning board. The largely residential 32 floor tower which has been designed by Paul Keogh Architects for the Office of Public Works to sit on a site near Heuston Station and reach 117m to roof and 134m to the tip of the spire.

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01-09-2005 > New 100m Tall Proposed For Dublin

Point Village DublinThe Irish capital may be set to get another tower with the announcement by developer and entrepreneur Harry Crosbie of a 700 million Euro scheme at ‘Point Village’ next to North Wall Quay in the burgeoning docklands area in Dublin.

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29-04-2005 > Grand Plans For Dublins Grand Canal Square

Park Hyatt DublinGrand Canal Square in Dublin looks set to get a dramatic and bold architectural makeover with the announcement by the Dublin Docklands Development Authority that Devey Group are preferred bidder to develop the area around it and build the new Performing Arts Centre.

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