How to build a jungle-inspired skyscraper in an hour

An urban jungle is the most natural form of construction for skyscrapers.

It is made up of multiple layers of concrete and is almost impossible to build up without the use of cement.

But how to make a skyscraper out of such an earthy and natural material?

The answer is to put some concrete in the building itself, which can be done using concrete cement. 

In the process of building the jungle-like building, concrete will be poured into a slurry, which is poured into the soil.

The slurry is then treated and re-used, forming a soil-like concrete base, which will then be poured.

This is then joined to a layer of concrete on top of it, which becomes the base of the skyscraper.

In the case of the Korean-designed skyscraper, it was built by a Chinese firm. 

What does a jungle building look like? 

The jungle building, built on top the urban jungle, is made of about 10,000 concrete blocks. 

One of the main features of the jungle building is the lack of any visible foundations.

It does however contain an impressive amount of stone. 

The concrete base of the Korea-designed highrise is the result of a project to build an urban jungle. 

How to make skyscrapes out of concrete? 

Building a skyscraper from a jungle-looking construction can be a bit of a challenge.

For this project, a team of engineers and architects came up with a way of building it in about five hours. 

Here’s how the construction of the urban jungle building was done. 

First, a small team of professionals, led by a senior manager at the building, set out to construct the industrial-style building from scratch.

The engineers, led by a senior engineer at the construction site, started by putting in a base of concrete in front of a concrete slab.

The concrete slab is then used to form the base. 

Next, the concrete slab and the base are laid down in the middle of the base, and the cement is poured on top.

This process takes about five minutes. 

Finally, the base is completely built out of the concrete, with the concrete added as a decorative feature. 

After this, the entire process is repeated. 

All the concrete was poured on the slab. 

Construction of the construction was done in about three hours and it took about four people to do it. 

Now this isn’t an entirely realistic process.

However, it is the closest thing to a realistic jungle building I have ever seen. 

However, this is what it looked like from the inside: The process of constructing the building is so complex that the process can be sped up by simply adding more concrete and concrete cement at the same time. 

For example, if you want to build out of a large amount of concrete, you can add another large amount on top, or add a second layer of cement as you go along. 

It is also possible to mix and match different kinds of concrete to achieve the desired effect. 

If you’re interested in learning more about urban jungle building and how to build them yourself, you should check out my previous article Urban jungle construction  and Building the Urban Jungle: A Step-by-Step Guide. 

Image credit:  Kris Wu, courtesy of Kosciuszko Design