Artificial mountain outcrop and picturesque villa added to top of Beijing skyscraper


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#2

They should've spent the money on air filtration for the residents instead.


#3

seems like the owner likes hiking and other outdoors activities.


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Residents maybe should have been concerned about collapse before the additions were made too!

http://www.engineering.com/Library/ArticlesPage/tabid/85/ArticleID/410/Ever-see-a-12-story-building-just-fall-over.aspx

I guess seeing a bunch of fake rocks is what it takes to get people to think about their safety. Slick aesthetics do a good job creating a false sense of security.


#6

Fake rock outcroppings always look like bad stucco and chicken wire from the set of "Lost In Space"


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I think it needs some robot goats to frolic on the fake mountainside.


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Needs electric sheep.


#9

In your dreams.


#10

Well, that is if he does dream.


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I heard on the radio a couple or three days ago - NPR, BBC, one of the two - that the authorities gave the owner 15 days to tear the structure down.


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Government regulations are the problem! Everybody knows that!


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