An urban forest skyscraper would not be complete without “multilayer sky gardens, floating patios and minimal and yet well lit nesting spaces.” This structure supposedly “dissolves into the fluid spatial movements between air, wind, and light.” Click here for first picture in gallery.

Now they’ve got the wobbly-looking, 1,250-foot-high Urban Forest for Chongqing, China that does away with the traditional walled skyscraper for one that’s a series of terraces.

[via Dvice]

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