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FR-EE: Design for a class-A tower on the most important traffic artery in Mexico City, Paseo de la Reforma. A 1.5-acre site with plans for a 73-level, 145,000 m2 tower with an additional 10 levels below ground. A series of zones create interstitial spaces for perspectives and views to the outside throughout the entire building.
Project name
Torre Puerta Reforma (Saba)
Architecture firm
FR-EE / Fernando Romero Enterprise
Location
Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City, Mexico
Height
305 meters
Habitat Horticulture proposes Confluence Rising, an iconic living tower that celebrates the confluence of nature, art and innovation. Visitors enjoy an entry plaza/café and experience panoramic views framed by lush plantings from balconies at every level culminating in a roof-top greenhouse and observation deck.
Project name
Confluence Rising
Architecture firm
Habitat Horticulture
Location
Guadalupe Park, San Jose, California
Height
200 feet
MB Architects: The benefits of twisting towers go beyond aesthetics though. This type of design can make a building more aerodynamic and energy efficient. The twisting tower reduces wind-load by 24% (compared to a similarly sized rectangular building).
Project name
Twisting Tower
Architecture firm
MB Architects
Location
Chicago, USA
Height
350 meters
Inverse Project has envisioned this tower to commemorate the Bicentennial of Costa Rica that occurs in 2021. It is a concept for what a tower project could be in this biodiverse and environmentally conscious country. The tower would be the tallest in Central America rising to 65 levels and 294m.
Project name
Costa Rica Bicentennial Tower
Architecture firm
Inverse Project
Location
San Jose, Costa Rica
Height
294 meters
Amazon unveils a proposed design for the second phase of its Arlington, Virginia headquarters, designed by NBBJ. It seems to be inspired by Samarra Malwiya tower in Iraq or the Tower of Babel. 
Project name
The Helix
Architecture firm
NBBJ
Location
Arlington, Virginia, United States
Matej Hosek: This is what I picture in my head when I dream about living in the clouds. Is it a simulation or post-apocalyptic retreat for survivors? Doesn't really matter as long as this time we will get it right. These megastructures are rooted in the earth and just like trees they sway in the wind. Reminiscent of ancient forests that are long go...
Project name
Cloud Islands
Architecture firm
Matej Hosek
Location
Fictional
Height
2.5 km
The team at RMJM Prague recently placed fourth in Polish competition for a mixed-use development in the city of Gdynia. The competition was close and they were thrilled to have been considered alongside a number of prestigious firms.
Project name
Mixed-Use Gdynia Development Competition
Architecture firm
RMJM
Location
Gdynia, Poland
Tools used
Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
The Istanbul-based architecture firm MB Architects has envisioned Chainstyle, a 400 meters skyscraper concept in Chicago, USA.
Project name
Chainstyle
Architecture firm
MB Architects
Location
Chicago, USA
Height
400 meters