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Fubon Sky Tree

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Fubon Sky Tree
富邦天空樹
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General information
StatusComplete
TypeResidential
LocationXitun District, Taichung, Taiwan
Coordinates24°08′22″N 120°39′34″E / 24.13944°N 120.65944°E / 24.13944; 120.65944Coordinates: 24°08′22″N 120°39′34″E / 24.13944°N 120.65944°E / 24.13944; 120.65944
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Construction started2013
Completed2016
Height
Architectural155.3 m (510 ft)
Technical details
Floor count39
Design and construction
ArchitectToyo Ito

The Fubon Sky Tree (Chinese: 富邦天空樹; pinyin: Fù bāng tiānkōng shù) is a residential skyscraper in Xitun District, Taichung, Taiwan. Construction of the building began in 2013 and it was completed in 2016. The height of the building is 155.3 m (510 ft), and it comprises 39 floors above ground, as well as four basement levels. The building was designed by the Japanese architect Toyo Ito. [1][2][3]

Design[edit]

The exterior design comes with stone walls, glass façades and double-layered exterior walls, which have both energy-saving effects, and the irregularities of the house body stand out to symbolize the branches of a large tree. The terraces of special households are like a "canopy", adding to the overall bionic sense of the building. The first floor of the entrance hall has a height of 6 meters. The interior design combines simplistic styles resembling nature, such as trees, flowers, and ripples. One can see the outdoor garden green from the large glass windows of the lobby, and the public facilities, which include a swimming pool, a banquet hall, etc. are located on the 38th and 39th floors in order to enable the residences to enjoy the skyline of Taichung at night. [4]

See also[edit]

  • List of tallest buildings in Asia
  • List of tallest buildings in Taiwan
  • List of tallest buildings in Taichung

References[edit]

  1. "Fubon Sky Tree - The SkyscraperPage". Skyscraperpage.com.
  2. "Fubon Sky Tree - Emporis". Emporis.com.
  3. "Fubon Sky Tree - Taiwan Skyscraper Center". skyscrapers.tw.
  4. "Fubon Sky Tree - AppleDaily News". tw.appledaily.com.

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