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The architect behind the Millennium Wheel in London have unveiled plans for a Skyhouse in the capital's Docklands area. David Marks and Julia Barfield say the skyhouses, built in a cluster of three interconnected towers, are the answer to overcrowding problems in cities such as London, Leeds and Glasgow. Up to 50 storeys high, each building will feature high-rise gardens and wind turbines to produce electricity.