How did the hyperboloids of engineer Shukhov spread all over the world

Besides lattice structures, Shukhov also devised and realized many metal structures, including ones conceived as a perceptible element of the interior design of various edifices. Among them are such Moscow landmarks as the covering of Bryansk (now Kiev) Station, the overhead cover of the Metropol restaurant, the steel frame of the shop “Muir and Meriliz” (now TsUM), the overhead cover of the Upper Trading Rows (now GUM), and others. // The roof of GUM, Moscow
Besides lattice structures, Shukhov also devised and realized many metal structures, including ones conceived as a perceptible element of the interior design of various edifices. Among them are such Moscow landmarks as the covering of Bryansk (now Kiev) Station, the overhead cover of the Metropol restaurant, the steel frame of the shop “Muir and Meriliz” (now TsUM), the overhead cover of the Upper Trading Rows (now GUM), and others. // The roof of GUM, Moscow / ITAR-TASS
Moscow's Shukhov radio tower, the unique hyperboloid construction that inspired many modern architects, is currently under threat of demolition