The Walkie-Talkie building in London is a giant oven

let's fry some eggs on the street !

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+11 1. Judge-Jake commented 6 years ago

Someone is bound to set up a fast food point on that window ledge >:)
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+3 2. loadme commented 6 years ago

so the big new building is causing structural failures to the surrounding buildings, right? it gets over 90°C there? peoples health will be effected, their houses start to melt down and you probably cant live/work in the houses for weeks each year.

in their press statement they tell the others "its not that bad. the magnifying glass we are pointing at you lasts only for a couple of hours/weeks.

what should happen:
they should change the glass on this building to absorb more sunlight or make architectural changes to it in order to NOT mess up others. and they should hold the architectural office responsible, because it IS their responsibility :)

what will happen:
they will send out their lawyers and not pay a cent.
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+8 3. Gondy10 commented 6 years ago

What's frightening here is that it could start a fire if focus in any wood (or curtain, paper or plastic) part of any building. :O
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+1 4. Malakyte commented 6 years ago

I can't think of any workaround here.
Any idea Snotr people?
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+4 5. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

One bright summer day I got an equally bright idea, barefoot to the store. The asphalt disagreed and gave me water blister.
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+4 6. smi commented 6 years ago

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+3 7. sidewinder commented 6 years ago

Engineers built this building have drank a lot of beer.
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+10 8. banzemanga commented 6 years ago

#4 Replace the windows with solar panels. A lot of the energy is absorbed and converted into electricity. And solar panels reflects less light.