Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat: Cities in the Third Millennium

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Building Index
Italic page numbers refer to illustrations
a
Adelaide, Australia
Santos Building736
Anaheim, California, USA
Pointe Anaheim304
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Mall of Georgia298
Auckland, New Zealand
ANZ Building736
Austin, Texas, USA
Austin-Bergstrom Airport46

b
Berlin, Germany
Debis301
National Gallery426 , 427
Potsdamer Platz301
Sony Center301
Bermuda, Atlantis 307
Bilbao, Spain
Guggenheim Museum443 , 444
Birmingham, England
Brindleyplace192-195 , 198-201
International Convention Centre192
National Exhibition Centre192
National Indoor Arena192
Sea Life Aquarium196
Symphony Hall192 , 193
Bogota, Colombia
Avianca Tower624
Bonn, Germany
Deutsche Post413
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Huntington St. Tower647
Reebok Headquarters447
Brisbane, Australia
Central Plaza One736
Broomfield, Colorado, USA
Flatiron Crossing298 , 299 , 300
Brussels, Belgium
UBC Center595 , 596 , 597
Buffalo, New York, USA
Guaranty Building344

c
California, USA
Irvine Spectrum307
The Block at Orange307
Chicago, Illinois, USA
7 Dearborn222 , 489-492
860-880 Lake Shore Drive348 , 349 , 443
AT & T Building328 , 339
Chestnut-Dewitt482 , 483
Chicago Board of Trade346
Chicago Federal Center432 , 433
Commonwealth Promenade348
Hawthorne House624
Hone Insurance343
Hotel Lasalle624 , 625
John Hancock Center483 , 484 , 649
North Bridge301
Palmolive Building346
Park Tower649 , 650
Promontery Apartments348

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