10MW Tower, a skyscraper designed by LAGI's co-founder, Robert Ferry, is featured in weather.com
The 10MW Tower is a dazzling residential skyscraper proposed for a neighborhood in Dubai. But the tower isn't just a place to live; it's a renewable energy machine that would essentially act as a power plant.
The skyscraper is the brainchild of Pittsburgh-based architecture firm Studied Impact. The "MW" in the tower's name stands for megawatt. Studied Impact's co-founder Robert Ferry explains three systems in the tower – a horizontal access wind turbine, a concentrated solar power armature and a solar updraft tower about two-thirds of the way up the structure – would combine to create 10 megawatts of power.