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You may recall the “skyscraper farms” that reminded us of bee hive-like housing projects, now behold the “Dragonfly” concept thought up by some crazy Belgians. This fully integrated, 132-story building “resembles the wing of the insect it’s named after, and it’s designed to contain residential, office, farming and research spaces — and everything in-between.” In other words it’s like an upscale Plum Island-hotel where livestock are given better views than their human counterparts. At least they were smart enough to stick it on Roosevelt Island, this kind of shit would never fly in Midtown. |DVICE|