Skyscrapers of the Future Will Be Engineered to Copy Nature

By 2050, two-thirds of us wil be living in cities, so architects are taking inspiration from nature to build more sustainable skylines.

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Tokyo to build world’s tallest timber tower
“The 70-story tower will be a hybrid structure made from 90% wooden materials. A steel vibration-control framework will underpin the design — an important feature in a city where earthquakes are frequent.”

A Lusher and Greener Singapore (URA and NParks Introduce Schemes to Promote Skyrise Greenery)
“The greening of Singapore will literally move to greater heights with the launch of URA’s programme, LUSH. NParks is also introducing a pilot incentive scheme to encourage existing building owners to green up their rooftops.”

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