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A design firm in New York has put forward a revolutionary idea for building the world's tallest building. This skyscraper wouldn't be built on the ground, but suspended from an asteroid orbiting the Earth. They admit the idea is a long way from being realised, but could this be a glimpse at the skyline of the future? Ostap Rudakevych from Clouds Architecture Office explains how the idea came about. (Picture: Could buildings in the future hang from the sky? Credit: Clouds Architecture Office)