Standing on the street in the dead of winter never sounded so appealing.
The better question might be, what's the tallest skyscraper money would allow architects to build?
You don't have to be tall and skinny to live here, but it would probably help.
North eastern Japan was devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. This inflatable concert hall brings sweet music to the people there.
See this skyscraper? No, of course you don't, because it's invisible.
Japanese developers have devised a system of pendulums in a bid to stabilize skyscrapers during the next major earthquake.
The world's next tallest building has hit a snag, only days after it began construction.
Art and cultural exchanges between China and Taiwan will soon have a new, floating Mecca to call their own.
A London design student has come up with a re-imagining of one of the city's best known buildings that would turn it into a pollution busting machine.
For over a century, elevator technology has limited the maximum height of skyscrapers. New lightweight carbon fiber cables are set to eliminate that problem.