Architect Daniel Libeskind’s proposed 54-story skyscraper, dubbed the “New York Tower,” incorporates a “glass-tub-enclosed vertical garden running up the center” that not only looks good, but also has several green applications. In addition to creating optimum natural lighting conditions, generating a whole lot of fresh oxygen, and encouraging lots of live plants, the building is aesthetically pleasing too. It also makes for a great future perfect design if the country—or even the city—ever matures enough to tax and regulate weed. |Dvice|