e hënë, 19 nëntor 2007

Buildings uploaded for November 19, 2007

Here are the latest uploads to Google’s Cities in Development section of the 3D Warehouse since my last post.

Tel Aviv, Israel
Tzameret Towers
The Tzameret towers are three luxory residential buildings constructed during 1999 to 2006. It was designed by the Yaski-Sivan architecture firm. The buildings has 360 apartments, among them some of the most expensive in Israel.

Levinstein Tower
The Levinstein tower is an office building constructed between 1997 to 2000 and designed by Rapaport Architects. It is one of the tallest towers in Tel Aviv.

Matkal Tower
The Matkal tower is situated at the center of the Israeli general staff headquaters and is used as the main offices of the Israeli defense forces. The building, shaped as an enormous arch, was constructed in 2003 and has rapidly transformed into one of Tel-Aviv's most famous buildings. The building was planned by the Yaski-Sivan Israeli architect firm, which is the biggest architecture firm in Israel.

Rubinstein Tower

Sonol Tower
The Sonol tower was constructed between 2001 and 2005. It was designed by the Yaski-Sivan architecture firm. It is the headquaters of one of Israel's largest gazoline company which gave the building it's name.

Ginza Wako BLDG.

San-ai Dream Center

Osaka, Japan

Nice, France
Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Nice
The Russian Orthodox Cathedral, Nice (Cathédrale Orthodoxe Russe Saint-Nicolas de Nice) is a Russian Orthodox cathedral, and a national monument of France, located in the city of Nice. Built in 1859, it claims to be the oldest Russian cathedral in Western Europe. Zappybibicy's 100th model


Politechnika Wrocławska – ZCS

Bochum, Germany
Hochschule Bochum

Bakir Apt

Üçgen Plaza

Antwerp, Belgium
Our Lady's Cathedral – Antwerp

Paris, France
Opéra Bastille, Paris
The "Opera Bastille" is an opera hall located on the Place de la Bastille in Paris, designed by Carlos Ott and inaugurated in 1989. It is (together with the Opera Garnier) one of the two rooms allocated to the National Opera of Paris. The Opera Bastille offers : 1 Great Room of 2703 places 1 Room adjustable from 300 to 1200 seats 1 Amphitheater of 500-seat 1 Studio of 250 seats

Dublin, Ireland
Dublin Airport (NOT DONE)

Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Alsina 56

Lima, Peru.
Estadio de la Universidad de San Marcos - Lima Perú

Looks like we have another section in Cities in Development. Let’s all welcome…

Historic Reno, Nevada
Lake Mansion

Arlington Towers

St. Louis, Missouri
McDonnell Planetarium @ Forest Park, St Louis - 7th Model
From Wikipedia "The James S. McDonnell Planetarium was named after James Smith McDonnell, an aviation pioneer and co-founder of St. Louis-based McDonnell Douglas aerospace manufacturer. The planetarium was designed by Gyo Obata and first opened in 1963. In the 1980s and 1990s, the planetarium housed a Digistar 1 digital star projector, made by Evans & Sutherland. In January of 2000, the planetarium closed for renovations, and reopened on June 22, 2001 fitted with the world's fourth Zeiss Universarium Mark IX star projector. Model by Lee Lamp - Arcadia Landscapes - Graphic and Landscape Design Besides the star projector, the McDonnell Planetarium now contains the StarPort, designed to approximate what a space station might look like in the near future. This section is mainly dedicated to outer space and astronomy-related programs and exhibits."

Portland, Oregon
Portland Tower

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
40 Gerrard Street East
40 Gerrard Street East is an apartment tower located in downtown Toronto, near Ryerson University. It is 34 storeys high, and was built in 1973.

Residences of the World Trade Centre
The Residences of the World Trade Centre is a high-rise residential complex located in downtown Toronto, at Yonge Street and Queen's Quay on the central waterfront. Built in 1990.

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