I already posted this as a response in the other Kazakhstan thread, but I get the feeling most people have checked it and are done with it. Please
feel free to close/delete if necessary.
After searching for about an hour I came upon this:
I would have to say if this U.F.O.base/embassy is for real, this is a likely candidate. I find it odd they are referenced as the "twin towers."
Kazakhstan is establishing as a country with the most impressive architectural designs. Its capital, Astana, is the home of two astonishing buildings
- the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation, and the Khan Shatyry Entertainment Center. Now, the financial capital and largest city called Almaty will
feature a design signed by Sir Norman Foster, a renowned British architect.
The structure will consist of two towers and will be called Almaty Financial District Fosters Towers and will feature 48-stories. The twin towers will
be completed in 2009 and with their 709 feet, will be the tallest buildings in Kazakhstan. Almaty Financial District Fosters Tower will provide space
for offices, residential apartments and retail on lower stories.
The facades of the towers will be covered in glass and at the top of the tower you will find gardens destined as a relaxation space. For the moment
there aren’t many information about the towers, but reports say that the Almaty Towers will be environmental friendly. Until the completion of the
structure, you should check out the gallery below.
Odd Note: I found a much more detailed article from inhabitat.com over an hour ago. I posted the link to it about an hour ago in the other Kazakhstan
thread. As of now the link is gone and "Error 404" is displayed on the page with a bunch of pop-up ads with nothing but words, numbers, and
Update: Inhabitat.com link has been completely removed. Hope some of you people at least check the madarchitect one before it potentially disappears
What do you guys think? Could this be it?
[edit on 23-4-2009 by edgecrusher2199]