Architectural technologists are all over the place these days, and we have seen them come up with awesome solutions for the city of Seoul, and even a skyscraper.
But there is one thing they have all got in common, which is a need to build a skyscrapers on a planet that has a population of 5.8 billion people.
That’s why in 2014, the government of South Korea started a program to build the world’s tallest building, the Cheonggyecheon skyscraper, on the site of a former US military base.
The government’s design goal is to raise the standard of living for South Korea’s 1.3 billion people by as much as 20 per cent, and the skyscraper will also be one of the world´s tallest.
The government has already spent more than $200 million on the project, which will also include the construction of a new city hall, a museum and parks.
The first thing that needs to be done is to get the right architects involved.
The Cheonggyes were originally built as an observation tower, which was also used as a military observation station, but now that they have grown up, they are suitable for other purposes.
The building will be built on a platform that is about 10 meters high and has an elevation of about 100 meters, according to a report by Korean Architects.
The platform will consist of four pillars that will be able to withstand the pressure of a 7.8-metre earthquake and will be made of steel and glass.
The design of the building is going to be inspired by the original design of Cheonggye-ri, a city that was built by the Korean Army in the 1970s.
There, in the 1930s, an army base was built on the city, and many buildings have since been built on it.
According to the report, the building will also have a courtyard that is similar to that of the Cheonggye-ri.
This courtyard will be located at the top of the tower, and is a large courtyard that will have seating for around 4,000 people.
The project is expected to cost around $1.6 billion.