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Author Topic: SkyScraperPage.com: For those that appreciate art & architecture  (Read 5383 times)


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Welcome to SkyscraperPage.com, the world's finest resource for skyscraper and urbanism enthusiasts.  Featuring unique skyscraper diagram illustrations, a world-wide buildings database, one of the world's busiest skyscraper-themed discussion forums and one-of-a-kind skyscraper posters, SkyscraperPage.com is a one-stop resource for the skyscraper enthusiast in everyone.

There are tons of illustrations in the diagrams section, complete with detailed info on every single building. This site is amazing! They cover the entire globe. Take a look at what they have for your nearest city.

There is a site that lets you build your own city using a bunch of the buildings from the skyscraper site. (unfortunately it doesn't work in my browser)


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nice find  :up:


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One of my all-time favorite web pages. The older I get, the more I'm fascinated by architecture. Thanks app.


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That is a very cool site!

However, I really hate the horizontal scrolling... Very annoying.

Again however, the guys that did that site really did a nice job of offering different options to view things. Very good work. Hats off to them. If more sites would do that, the web wouldn't be the *($#*%&$#@* that it is now.
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