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Jane Richards

Structures: Big now means skinny for skyscrapers

As the UK and global economy recovers, big projects in major cities including London are coming off the backburner. These “big” projects are often becoming taller and more slender. Buildings used to be considered slender or skinny if they were five times higher than they were wide.

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