Chinese skyscraper incorporates 108-metre high waterfall


New video footage reveals the latest incredible skyscraper being constructed in China, which incorporates a giant waterfall into its facade.

New video footage reveals the latest incredible skyscraper being constructed in China, which incorporates a giant waterfall into its facade.

Named the Liebian International Building, the 121-metre tall tower in Guiyang, southwest China, has been built to include a dramatic a 108-metre-high water feature.

This unique feature is one of the largest artificial waterfalls in the world, and the tallest to be included in a building. It is operated by four pumps that feed from underground tanks containing rainwater and runoff.

The dramatic building, which is being developed by Ludi Industry Group, is not yet complete. But it is believed that the water feature has been functional for the past two years.[…]

Source: Chinese skyscraper incorporates 108-metre high waterfall

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