Sky Mile Tower: The Tallest Tower of the World in Japan
Every country wants to have the highest building of the monopoly of the world, but this construction project in Japan may overshadow many towers, including Burj Khalifa and even the new development plan in Dubai. But this structure is not only the most massive planet, it will also be a kind of “mini-city” autonomous.
The highest building in the world will be Japanese
Sky Tower Mile, is the name of the project to be completed in 2045. This gigantic tower that could see a surge from the ground in the city of Tokyo will, if all goes well, the tallest building in the world. From a mile high (1.6 kilometers), it will accommodate nearly 55,000 people. It is not surprising that it will exceed all other giant structures in the world: its impressive dimensions will be five times higher than the Eiffel Tower in France.
An autonomous space and ecological
This development plan devised by the agency Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, will consist of several artificial islands, adapted to climate warming, which serve as barriers against flooding. The facade of the tower is designed to collect, filter and store water from the atmosphere so there is no need to pump water to upper floors. Wind farms and solar panels are also provided to supply electricity.
The ecological aspect of this space does not let the inhabitants remain. Indeed, residents will share many amenities like shopping centers, restaurants, gyms, libraries or health centers. The project still has to receive permission to be in place, but the architects may have difficulty competing this building! What do you think of this future construction?