South Korea 'invisible' Tower Infinity to reach 1500-feet tall
September 13, 2013 (SEOUL) (WLS) -- South Korea's ''invisible tower'' will soon be under construction. Architects were granted permission to build Tower Infinity, a nearly 1500-foot tall glass building in Seoul.
The building will include state-of-the-art LED lighting and cameras to create a "reflective skin" on the exterior that will make the building seem to disappear, or be invisible, according to GDS Architects.
Once completed, Tower Infinity will be one of the world's tallest buildings with the second highest observation platform.
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