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- the seventh tallest, although 39% of its total height is made up of non-occupiable space. Burj Al Arab stands on an artificial island 280 m (920 ft) from...
- This list of tallest buildings includes skys****ers with continuously occupiable floors and a height of at least 350 m. Non-building structures, such as...
- primary architects or design coordinators. Only buildings with continuously occupiable floors are included, thus non-building structures, including towers, are...
- buildings in the world used primarily for education, defined as having an occupiable height that is 90% devoted to cl****room, research, and educational administration...
- height of 350 metres (1,148 ft) or more. Only buildings with continuously occupiable floors are included, thus non-building structures including towers, are...
- buildings are differentiated from towers – the former having at least 50% of occupiable floor space although both are self-supporting structures.      indicates...
- Auckland, New Zealand by height. The tallest building (with continuous occupiable floors) in Auckland is The Pacifica, which rises 181 metres (594 ft)....
- the Andes of Argentina at 6,960.8 metres (22,837 ft). The tallest human-occupiable building or tower in the Western Hemisphere is the CN Tower, which is...
- world's tallest structures, and one of the world's tallest buildings by occupiable floor height. The Phoenix Towers are proposed supertall skys****ers planned...
- through the height of its decorative sail and spire rather than highest occupiable floor space. From the ground, due to local topography, the Wilshire Grand...
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