See the world's first 'invisible' skyscraper



The Tower Infinity skyscraper going up outside of Seoul, South Korea, will be invisible — sort of. The glass-spired skyscraper, which recently received a construction permit, will incorporate optical technology to make it appear as if it's not really there during the day. Here's a preview of the award-winning design (All photos from GDS Architects).

The Tower Infinity skyscraper, to be built outside Seoul, South Korea, will be 'invisible' at eye level during the day but will glow at night.
The mixed-use building will be built near South Korea’s Incheon International Airport.
1,476-foot high-concept high-rise will be visible from above, but it will seem to disappear to those walking near it at ground level.
This graphic shows how the building’s design will use cameras, computers and LED lights to make the building’s façade seem invisible.
The complex will include a 4-D theater, restaurants, a water park and landscaped gardens.
The Tower Infinity’s observation deck will be the third highest in the world.
This illustration shows how the Tower Infinity will compare to the world’s tallest towers.

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