Malaysian architect Sarly Adre bin Sarkum designed a "waterscraper" as tall as the Empire State Building that floats, iceberg-like, with most of its mass beneath the ocean's surface, for an eVolo Magazine skyscraper competition. Tethered to ballast tanks, the sustainable building would operate on solar, wind, wave and kinetic power and contain space for hydroponic agriculture.

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