So it appears that since the island of Singapore doesn’t have time to wait for trees to grow…. they manufactured some. These “supertrees” are part of a landscaping project focused on the cultivation of natural trees and animals from foreign lands (this is interesting given the fact that these supertrees are man-made). The structures range in height from 82-164ft, generate solar power and collect rainwater. Each supertree will act as a trellis for vines and other plants to grow. The cool part of the project (if you’re not afraid of heights) is that skywalks connect the larger trees giving an amazing view of the gardens below. So what do you think…awkward sustainability ploy or cool tourist attraction?