SOUTH KOREA (KXAN) - The world's first invisible skyscraper is in the works, even at 1,476 feet high and standing as one of the 10 tallest structures in the world.
The uniquely designed skyscraper has not been built yet, but it's in the works in South Korea near Seoul.
It's called Tower Infinity and described as an anti-skyscraper, made possible with LED lighting and optical illusions.
Design firm staff says it'll have the third-highest observation deck in the world. Located near the airport, it'll also be home to wedding venues, a roller coaster, restaurants and even a waterpark!
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