Analemma tower

When humans first built structures we used the space around us. The more widespread a society the more impressive it was.

Later came the era of spectacular architecture.

In the modern era we’ve turned to the skies. The tallest buildings are king, with skyscrapers dominating our skylines.

If you wanted to know where we’d go next, the Analemma Tower may be the best piece of evidence to turn to.

New York firm, Clouds Architecture Office has an outlandish vision for the future.

The company have proposed a design where the Analemma Tower will hang from an asteroid purposely placed in orbit.

The building will be suspended from the asteroid by high strength cables, with the base hovering over some of the world’s greatest cities.

The reason we say cities, is because the building will be mobile. With it being attached to an asteroid that’s on the move, the building will travel from Dubai to New York in a figure of 8 continuously.

Of course this will be the world’s tallest building without debate. With that being said, and with the past evidence of height meaning increased prices, it’s anyone’s guess what the penthouse of the Analemma building will cost. A $1 billion price tag would hardly be beyond the realm of possibility, especially when the building itself has spectacular views of the globe, no noise and has the ability to give you views of multiple cities all in one day.

Anyone wondering about power can relax, the building will be powered by space based solar panels.

The designers are using height, seclusion and constant mobility as the main selling points, something that no other building in the world can compete with on such a dramatic scale.

The building can be built anywhere in the world, then transported to it’s final location, which really lowers transportation of materials cost.

We can expect many future Hollywood blockbusters to use the Analemma Tower, but don’t expect many window cleaners to be handing in job applications.

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When humans first built structures we used the space around us. The more widespread a society the more impressive it was.

Later came the era of spectacular architecture.

In the modern era we’ve turned to the skies. The tallest buildings are king, with skyscrapers dominating our skylines.

If you wanted to know where we’d go next, the Analemma Tower may be the best piece of evidence to turn to.

New York firm, Clouds Architecture Office has an outlandish vision for the future.

The company have proposed a design where the Analemma Tower will hang from an asteroid purposely placed in orbit.

The building will be suspended from the asteroid by high strength cables, with the base hovering over some of the world’s greatest cities.

The reason we say cities, is because the building will be mobile. With it being attached to an asteroid that’s on the move, the building will travel from Dubai to New York in a figure of 8 continuously.

Of course this will be the world’s tallest building without debate. With that being said, and with the past evidence of height meaning increased prices, it’s anyone’s guess what the penthouse of the Analemma building will cost. A $1 billion price tag would hardly be beyond the realm of possibility, especially when the building itself has spectacular views of the globe, no noise and has the ability to give you views of multiple cities all in one day.

Anyone wondering about power can relax, the building will be powered by space based solar panels.

The designers are using height, seclusion and constant mobility as the main selling points, something that no other building in the world can compete with on such a dramatic scale.

The building can be built anywhere in the world, then transported to it’s final location, which really lowers transportation of materials cost.

We can expect many future Hollywood blockbusters to use the Analemma Tower, but don’t expect many window cleaners to be handing in job applications.