Green architecture is definitely a rave these days. So, we see designers and architects coming up with green designs for creating a healthy planet. At the eVolo Magazine 2010 Skyscraper Competition, the Growth Tower conceived by the US architect Aaron Olko got an honorable mention for his concept tends to grow genetically modified and hybrid organic products within a sustainable skyscraper. The Growth Tower is basically a genetically modified living organism that branches out to meet future developments.
A fully developed tower will become habitable and completely modifiable. The entire concept tends to mimic biological phenomenon, as the organic infrastructure would be solely dependent on “the growth of science in industry” in the years to come. People from diverse commercial backgrounds will find this skyscraper a perfect place for them.