Top 3 Tallest Buildings in the World
The highest structures in the world are not always easy to determine. Every few years, a new one joins the list, taking the place of an older structure. What should be counted as part of the building height is always a point of contention. There are certain principles to follow when considering what to include in the height: One, the height of a spire, a statue, or any other architecturally significant piece counts as a component of the structure and therefore as height. The height of antennas, flag poles, or any other structure that is not considered as an aesthetically important feature is not included in the building’s height. Furthermore, the rook height is only significant if there is no other architecturally significant feature above it. So, what is the world’s highest structure? Here are the world’s highest structures.
3). Shanghai World Financial Center
The Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) is located in the People’s Republic of China and stands at a height of about 1,614 feet (492 metres). By roof measurement, this skyscraper is the second tallest finished structure and the tallest completed building. It includes of shopping malls, hotels, office buildings, observation decks, and meeting rooms, among other things. When it opens, the hotel part of the building, known as Park Hyatt Shanghai, will be the tallest in the world. It also has three observation decks with spectacular views, the tallest of which is 1,555 feet above the earth.
2). Taipei 101
Taipei 101, the world’s highest finished structure, is located in Taiwan. It has been dubbed one of the Seven New Wonders of the World and one of the Seven Engineering Wonders (Newsweek) (Discovery Channel). This structure has 101 levels above ground and five stories beneath and rises 1,670.60 feet (509.2 metres) tall. For numerous reasons, the number 101 is significant. It represents lofty aspirations by going one higher than the usual perfect number of 100. It also marks the passing of time by commemorating the beginning of the century (100+1) when the building was constructed, as well as every New Year that follows (1-01, meaning January first). The number also alluded to digital technology’s binary numbering system. Finally, because 101 is the postal code for Taipei’s international business centre, it represents where the building is located.
1). Burj Dubai
The Burj Dubai is now the world’s highest man-made structure, albeit it is not yet completed. It is expected to be completed in September 2009, however when it was last measured in January 2009, it was roughly 2,684 feet (818 metres) tall, making it the world’s tallest structure. It currently has 162 storeys. This magnificent structure is currently under development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in the Burj Dubai District.
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