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Will skyscrapers of the future be made of plastic and glued together?

On New Scientist, Geoff Manaugh writes about how Skyscrapers of the future will be held together with glue. Manaugh, one of the smartest design writers around (and our Best Green Tweeter back when we did Best of Green Awards) writes that “Glue is the future of architecture.”We have the materials. These non-metallic composites – such as carbon fibre, fiberglass panels and other structural plastics – are lightweight, often much cheaper than traditional industrial materials and offer…

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