Mexican architecture group BNKR Arquitectura have come up with a concept that turns the conventional skyscraper on its head – literally.
The “earthscraper” is an inverted skyscraper that reaches 65-stories underground. 

Designed to be built in the very center of Mexico City, the first ten floors would be an Aztec museum and cultural center, while the floors below would house retail space, apartments, and at the very bottom, businesses.

The structure is designed with open space in the middle where bridges will allow people to see the full 300 meters of the earthscraper.

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