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By 2045, the Sky Mile Tower would be the world’s tallest building at 5,577 feet. The tower will be hexagon-shaped for wind resistance, and its façade would collect, filter and store water from the atmosphere. Inspired by a research paper for the Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, the Sky Mile Tower would be the center of New Tokyo, which is being developed as a collection of man-made hexagonal islands to protect Tokyo, Japan from rising water.