Architectural Marvels of World by Li Haidong Singapore

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Li Haidong from Bounty Investment Holdings Ltd will give you details about the top 5 Architectural Marvels of World by Li Haidong Singapore.

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Top 5 Architectural Marvels of World :

T op 5 Architectural Marvels of World By: Li Haidong

1: Chinese Central Television Building :

1 : Chinese Central Television Building bounty resources armenia ltd The Chinese Central Television Building serves as the new headquarters of China Central Television (CCTV) and is one of the first of a series of buildings to be built in the city’s CBD. The building is designed by Ole Scheeren and Rem Koolhaas. It has 54 floors and is majestic at 234 metres in height.

2: Taipei-101 :

2 : Taipei-101 Li Haidong singapore Located in Taipei, Taiwan, Taipei 101 is a 101 floor landmark. It stands tall at 1670 ft. height and brightens the Taipei skyline with its fantastic design. Designed by C.Y Lee & Partners and built by KTRT Joint Venture, it is officially the world’s tallest in terms of highest roof and highest occupied floor.

3: Beijing International Airport :

3: Beijing International Airport bounty investment holdings ltd China has some of world’s best buildings in terms of design. The Beijing Int. Airport is one great architectural marvel. Designed by Foster & Partners, it helps passengers to differentiate between various sections of the vast area. Skylights of different colors serve as an innovative navigational aid

4: The Burj Al-Arab :

4: The Burj Al-Arab bounty resources This is another tallest building which is used exclusively as a hotel. It is second tallest building in the earth at 321 m (1,050 ft). This superb landmark is shaped like the billowing sail of a boat and adorns Dubai’s urban landscape.

5: The Burj Dubai :

5: The Burj Dubai bounty resources armenia The Burj Dubai is the world’s tallest man made structure at 818 m (2,684 ft). It surpassed the CN Tower in Canada in September this year to become the world’s tallest free-standing building.

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