Green Mega Structure – Recycled skyscraper The Mega structure Designed by Italian architects Diego D’Agostino and Enrica Papa, this sustainable skyscraper has been envisioned to be built in the slum areas of Mumbai. Made from prefabricated steel frame, the structure will provide green housing for low-income slum-inhabitants. The structure is to be assembled in stages for accommodating the ever increasing population of the city. It will feature highly customizable blocks that can be expanded at will. Factbox Architects Italian architects Diego D’Agostino and Enrica Papa Estimated Not Specified Cost Purpose Residential (For low income inhabitants) Surface Area Not Specified Construction Concept as of now Time Eco Credentials The skyscraper’s customizable structure will utilize recyclable plastic and cardboard material throughout the fabrication process. The eco-friendly attributes of the design will be complimented by green terraces that reduce runoff and also insulate the building from direct solar heat. The structure can also be dismantled and transported to new areas according to the population needs and economic fluctuations.