Dezeen Debate options David Adjaye's "great" first skyscraper in New York

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Ghanaian-British architect Adjaye has accomplished the 130 William skyscraper in Decrease Manhattan, which is the primary skyscraper completed by the architect and his studio Adjaye Associates.

The tower is 800 toes tall and has an exterior that’s coated in hand-troweled concrete panels.

Readers have been fascinated by the tower. One thought it was “great” that the skyscraper just isn’t “simply one other blue glass field”, while one other disagreed, describing the constructing as “one other pointless skyscraper for the super-rich to reside in”.

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Different tales on this week’s e-newsletter that fired up the feedback part included British expertise firm SatVu’s launch of a satellite tv for pc that may map the vitality effectivity of buildings from house, structure studio Hickok Cole’s use of AI chatbot ChatGPT to design a big mixed-use constructing and Pei Cobb Freed & Companions and Moody Nolan’s reveal of a museum in South Carolina.

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