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Development is nothing new in this town, but the plethora of architectural statement pieces slated for construction right now is going to redefine the urban landscape.
Architect: IBI Group
The design: The giant “urban resort” houses a casino, eight restaurants, two luxury hotels and 60,000 square feet of meeting space—but from the outside, all we see is glittering copper siding.
Architect: Bjarke Ingels GroupExpected completion: 2018
The design: The twisting glass residential tower rises out of a modern, angular green-roofed living complex. Ingels describes it as “gesamtkunstwerk”: a total work of art.
Architect: Kengo Kuma Architects and AssociatesExpected completion: 2020
The design: A curving 43-storey glass-and-wood tower propped up by intersecting domes.