Mumbai’s Tallest Building Will Have Wind Confusing Powers
Who best to build what will supposedly become the city’s tallest building (Lodha’s World One also aspires to the crown) than the builders of the city’s current tallest buildings? The Chicago-based Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture have won a competition to design the 400-metre-high, 116-storey Imperial Tower for SD Corp, who also erected the 60-storey
towers of Mordor Imperial I and II in Tardeo, which you can see standing small in the shadow of its ‘scraper sister in the image above. The building will have sky gardens and wind-confusing powers, but obviously, (read all about it on DeZeen), and judging by the gloomy and dark sky in the rendering, possibly the ability to change weather patterns. What do you think?
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