Skyscraper design could aid drought problems in Sudan

08/26/2011 | Inhabitat

A Polish design firm, H3AR, has drawn up plans for a skyscraper in Sudan that doubles as a water repository that could be used to harvest water from one of the world's largest underwater lakes. The firm's plan calls for a trio of towers made from locally manufactured bricks made of earth, cement, and water. The facility will serve as a water-storage area, a hospital and food-storage center.

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