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The 60-storey building with a height of 241 m, built in 1968-1976 according to the design of Jo Min Pei and Henry Cobb (customer – John Hancock Insurance). This is the tallest building in Boston and New England, part of the eponymous complex of buildings – Hancock Place, colloquially, “Hancock.” In 2011, the building received a quarter-century award from the American Institute of Architecture.nIn 1977, the authors of the project were awarded the honorary award of the American Institute of Architects. The John Hancock Tower is the first fully glazed skyscraper in the United States, which has a parallelogram instead of a rectangle in plan. In 2006, the national Environmental Protection Agency awarded the building with the Energy Star Award.nIn the documentary series “Life after people”, the John Hancock Tower collapses due to the fracture of the frame elements.

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