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As London sprawls outwards and space becomes increasingly difficult to find, should we start building upwards?

Top architects have begun looking at the possibility of the 'Endless City' project - a massive skyscraper that could be as tall as The Shard.

The project would house offices, schools, shops and even 'parks'. It could even house thousands of people.

Everything's still at the planning stage, so it's not even known yet where this mega-building would be - but the company behind the venture, SURE Architecture, have looked at a spot close to the City of London.

The 'vertical city' would have multiple areas linked by bridges and walkways, and according to a report that SURE Architecture released, the building will 'maximize passive energy and reduce artificial light, cooling and heating needs'.

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