Architects Plan An Incredible Skyscraper That Hangs To An Asteroid

An architecture company of New york has launched a unique design for a skyscraper that is out of this world.

The tallest building in the world, Analemma Tower will be suspended from an orbiting asteroid 31,068 miles (50,000 km) above the Earth.

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It will swing because of an orbital path in a pattern of eight each day between the northern and southern hemispheres, residents will enjoy world tour, all in just a 24-hour orbital cycle. The only way to leave is it parachute.

The Clouds Architecture Office which is mastermind behind proposals for a Mars house and a cloud city has created its radical design.

It is built from the sky down, instead of the ground up from Analemma Tower, which is different from the established skyscraper typology.

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The company says through the course of history, humanity has been able to affect the environment on increasing scales so this is future precaution.

It will swing through the northern and southern hemispheres in shape of eight and will pass over major cities such as Panama City, Havana, Atlanta and New York City.

The fist sample of Analemma will be constructed over Dubai, which has has history of tallest building construction at cheaper cost than New York.

The huge skyscraper will be setup in sections.with a designated purpose for each.

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The architects plan have utilized the of location skyscraper to place solar panels at the upper most levels to generate power from the sun.

Living area will be on two-thirds of the way up the building while business and all will be conducted at the lower end of the towers.

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People will also have access to a gardening area, there will also be a place for worship and in the last level will be sections for food, shopping and entertainment.

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People will enjoy fresh water from condensation of clouds and rainwater, which will be collected and purified.

This is what the cities of the future will look like – and it’s literally ground-breaking.

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