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A large elevator panel in a North American high-rise omits several floors as well as designating three separate levels as penthouse floors.
A large elevator panel in a North American high-rise omits several floors as well as designating three separate levels as penthouse floors.
An elevator control panel in an apartment building in Shanghai. Floors 4, 13 and 14 are missing.
An elevator control panel in an apartment building in Shanghai. Floors 4, 13 and 14 are missing.
Letter boxes of a residential building built in the 1970s in Hong Kong. The Chinese and English floor numberings use the traditional Chinese and the B
Letter boxes of a residential building built in the 1970s in Hong Kong. The Chinese and English floor numberings use the traditional Chinese and the British systems, respectively, resulting in different numbers.
A Dover Custom Impulse Elevator control panel with floor numbering. In most buildings in the US and Canada with more than 12 floors, there is no floor
A Dover Custom Impulse Elevator control panel with floor numbering. In most buildings in the US and Canada with more than 12 floors, there is no floor numbered 13. The ☆ indicates the main entry floor.
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A newer high-rise tower in downtown New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S., known as the Hub City. High-rise towers often anchor central business districts.
A newer high-rise tower in downtown New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S., known as the Hub City. High-rise towers often anchor central business districts.
The Majakka high-rise building in Kalasatama, Helsinki, Finland
The Majakka high-rise building in Kalasatama, Helsinki, Finland
These tower blocks were built in Shibam, Yemen, in the 16th century, and are the tallest mudbrick buildings in the world, some more than 30 metres (98
These tower blocks were built in Shibam, Yemen, in the 16th century, and are the tallest mudbrick buildings in the world, some more than 30 metres (98 ft) high.
A residential block in Steinfurt, Westphalia, Germany, forming a "Y"
A residential block in Steinfurt, Westphalia, Germany, forming a "Y"