The tallest skyscraper in the world will be built in Tokyo: 1.6 km tall

The tallest skyscraper in the world will be built in Tokyo: 1.6 km tall. Will accommodate 55,000 people and due to high-tech features will be able to filter and store water from the atmosphere.

Architects and engineers came up with a city project for Japan’s capital, with the main attraction a skycraper of over 1600 meters tall, informs directmatin.fr. The building whose construction could end in 2045, if the project materializes, it would be the tallest tower ever made by man. The building will have the capacity to accommodate around 55000 people, and will be able to filter and store water straight from the atmoshpere.

In addition, the tower, is a part of a large project that aims to adapt the city with the climate change. To fight against growing sea level, in the same project will be built hexagonal islands where will live over 500000 people.

Burj Khalifa Dubai - 828 meters the tallest skyscraper in the world

Burj Khalifa Dubai – 828 meters the tallest skyscraper in the world (photo source: bussinessinsinder.com)

The record of the tallest building in the world is currently held by Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, which is 828 meters tall. However, it could “fall” in the next few years if “The Bride” will reach 1152 meters, in Irak. Don’t forget to like and share!

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