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Old Posted Mar 21, 2021, 2:36 PM
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Why would they put windows on walls which will be blocked by other towers?
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Why would they put windows on walls which will be blocked by other towers?
Voids left in the concrete don't necessarily mean there will be windows. It's often cheaper and lighter to leave those spaces empty and then fill them with cinderblocks later.
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The different shapes of the floors are very visible in those last two photos.
I can't wait for the glass to appear, should be very futuristic.
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