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Old Posted Oct 5, 2016, 10:34 AM
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HEFEI | Evergrande IFC | 518 M | 1699 FT | 112 FLOORS | ON HOLD

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Looks like bamboo.
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^if you're referring to the scaffolding, I think it is.
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I meant the overall shape of the towers.
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Wow, just when I thought I'd caught up on all of China's major cities I'd never heard of before, along comes Hefei.
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hideous , I'm sorry for being negative but Jesus, the entire complex is awful
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Wow, just when I thought I'd caught up on all of China's major cities I'd never heard of before, along comes Hefei.
Same here. Hefei?! Now I(we) know.
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China pop ups a supertall like clockwork. And Heifei is not even in the top ten largest cities in the country.
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I visited Hefei in 2005. I actually really liked the original parts of the City, the part built around the "Fat River." While some of the new stuff then was ok, all this explosive new stuff seems to be pushing a weird sort of growth, even by Chinese standards. In my opinion.

Hefei is the capital of Anhui Province, which has a claim to fame mainly built around either Hefei's technical university, which is something along the lines of a Chinese Carnegie-Melon, or around the Yellow Mountain, aka Huangshan, a famously beautiful mountain and surrounding geological and natural park area.
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The tower on the left is Baoneng project 588m, the last drawings. The threed here: https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1718641
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Evergrande 518m:








and the last updates:
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518 m main tower:












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What's happening in China today is very much reminiscent of Dubai in 2006/07. Hope they plant it properly and with some thought for the overall impact these towers will have for the future generations.
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What's happening in China today is very much reminiscent of Dubai in 2006/07. Hope they plant it properly and with some thought for the overall impact these towers will have for the future generations.
Well, China has been doing it sense before Dubai(if we include Hong Kong) and will keep going. It's like every city in China is on Dubai levels of construction craze. I guess that's what happens when you have 1.3 billion people haha
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And unlike Americans, Chinese people aren't bothered by tall buildings or density.
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And unlike Americans, Chinese people aren't bothered by tall buildings or density.
But that's the thing, the density is not there in most of these projects.
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so why is it on hold?
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