CTBUH names 10 "vainest" skyscrapers in the world

09/9/2013 | ArchDaily.com · Popular Science · Dezeen magazine

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has released a study that tackles the concept of vanity height, which is defined as "the distance between a skyscraper's highest occupiable floor and its architectural top," and identifies 10 of the world's supertall buildings considered the "vainest" for having a large amount of useless space.

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