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interesting narrow buildings

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Not meant to be a structural discussion on h/w ratios, lack of
shearwalls or moment frames, etc. Just some pretty neat buildings.
Luckily on a structural level they are sandwiched between other
buildings...

Andrew Kester, PE
Florida

http://www.mnn.com/your-home/remodeling-design/photos/9-of-the-worlds-thinnest-buildings

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