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#16 Post by Mpol » Fri Oct 07, 2016 3:38 pm

Calling it now it will be like the Kodo design where it was upgraded in same design with blank walls left and right. Lol but this I don't think will have blank walls just an ugly design. Why can't we have the sleek 100-199m designs I've seen approved in Melbourne? Or Brisbane? Or the GC? Or Sydney? Or anywher else in Ozzie? Yes it's exciting we are seeing new development but dam must it be so basic.

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#17 Post by crawf » Fri Oct 07, 2016 4:17 pm

Mpol wrote:Calling it now it will be like the Kodo design where it was upgraded in same design with blank walls left and right. Lol but this I don't think will have blank walls just an ugly design. Why can't we have the sleek 100-199m designs I've seen approved in Melbourne? Or Brisbane? Or the GC? Or Sydney? Or anywher else in Ozzie? Yes it's exciting we are seeing new development but dam must it be so basic.
There is plenty of trash also going up in Melbourne, Sydney and so on.

Not all Adelaide designs are basic either, case in point - Realm Adelaide. It has potential to be a stunning architecture masterpiece even by Australian standards. Sofitel Hotel will also be another sleek beauty.

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#18 Post by phenom » Fri Oct 07, 2016 4:37 pm

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If it's 30 storeys high, that puts it at about 92-93m tall if the current design is extrapolated. Since that's probably the case, I hope this one sees an updated design - the previous one was okay but pretty run-of-the-mill, albeit more excusable as it was a run-of-the-mill height by Adelaide's standards.

At a height of 90m+ in this part of the city, this one will be very prominent, so it deserves a nicer design, perhaps something like the east tower of 260 Flinders which also occupies a small footprint.
Great observation. At the original height (albeit not known at the time it was originally proposed) it would now barely be visible from the south once the Calvary Hospital (60m) is finished. At >90m it becomes much more obvious again and deserving of extra consideration of its appearance.

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#20 Post by Ben » Fri Nov 11, 2016 1:54 pm


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#21 Post by YellowRoad » Fri Nov 11, 2016 2:12 pm

Doesn't appear to have increased in height as previous posts suggested. A neat little proposal, appears to comes with a standard blank wall which seems to be all the rage at the moment.

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#22 Post by Dvious » Fri Nov 11, 2016 3:49 pm

Don't know if Adelaide has the demand for all of these towers, i wish it did but time will tell!

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#23 Post by Ben » Wed Jan 18, 2017 5:39 pm

Pretty much a full page add in this years fringe guide. Probably a very good place to advertise.

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#24 Post by skyliner » Wed Jan 18, 2017 6:32 pm

slenderman wrote:
Ben wrote:I believe this one is alive and resubmitted much taller. 30+ Stories. Hopefully confirm more info soon. Next to the new Calvery Hospital should be a popular spot.
Do you happen to know if there's a new design in the works or if it's the same design (only taller)? Or will we just have to wait and see?

If it's 30 storeys high, that puts it at about 92-93m tall if the current design is extrapolated. Since that's probably the case, I hope this one sees an updated design - the previous one was okay but pretty run-of-the-mill, albeit more excusable as it was a run-of-the-mill height by Adelaide's standards.

At a height of 90m+ in this part of the city, this one will be very prominent, so it deserves a nicer design, perhaps something like the east tower of 260 Flinders which also occupies a small footprint.

I'm getting a bit inundated having to update the future skyline. I haven't actually posted those images I made earlier to SSC, and since then we've got 40 and now another 30+ storey proposal to show off. I might start actually believing we will get a new tallest some day soon if a couple of those 100m+ proposals go ahead.
Not so long ago there were NO 30+ floor bldgs proposed - remember the 18 floor ceiling we had for decades. It's only been over about a year since these 30= floor proposals have come. The conviction of developers must say something about Adelaide here. WE will see many of them over time unless there is a recession/depression.

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#25 Post by adelaideseo » Thu Jan 19, 2017 2:10 am

Design could be better. Melbourne has some great buildings in the works.
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#26 Post by rhino » Thu Jan 19, 2017 9:52 am

adelaideseo wrote:Design could be better. Melbourne has some great buildings in the works.
You should see Aukland! Same size as Adelaide, but the architecture is so far ahead ...
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#27 Post by wilkiebarkid » Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:44 am

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#28 Post by monotonehell » Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:46 am

rhino wrote:
adelaideseo wrote:Design could be better. Melbourne has some great buildings in the works.
You should see Aukland! Same size as Adelaide, but the architecture is so far ahead ...
Not taking away from Auckland's late '90's building boom, and the money that attracted but... Auckland has lumpy hills, harbour and restricted land availability to deal with, whereas Adelaide is almost flat and has acres of land available. I find that the former lends itself to more interesting architecture for some reason. Designers seem to produce more interesting work when there are constrictions to work around.
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#29 Post by Dvious » Thu Jan 19, 2017 11:05 am

This looks cool! Really liking the vibrancy of the colours!

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#30 Post by Ben » Thu Jan 19, 2017 11:11 am

rhino wrote:
adelaideseo wrote:Design could be better. Melbourne has some great buildings in the works.
You should see Aukland! Same size as Adelaide, but the architecture is so far ahead ...
I found Aucklands achitecture boring and soulesss. It was literally one of the most souless CBDs i have visited... and I've been to Perth.

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