Shanghai’s skyline is now dominated by the world’s tallest buildings and a Chinese commercial landscaping software company is taking its dream to the next level.

A decade ago, the city’s skyline was a giant, empty bowl with a few tall skyscrapings and a few acres of farmland.

The city’s skyscraper boom, which has driven up prices, has been driven by a Chinese-led push to build the world’ s tallest skyscrapes.

“It’s an extraordinary situation,” said Li Jun, the founder and chief executive of Ai Weiwei Landscape Design, which is based in Shanghai.

“It’s a dream that will never come true.”

The company is working on a new product called Ai Wei Wei.

It’s a software that can create realistic-looking landscapes with the same level of detail and complexity as real landscapes.

Ai Wei is based out of Shanghai and has more than 300 employees.

Its first project, the 3D landscape of Shanghai, is scheduled to open in early March.

Ai’s products are now being used in some of China’s most expensive residential buildings, which are often built with large lots.

Ai plans to make a similar product available to commercial buildings in other major cities and to make it available to schools and universities.

“We have a large number of our customers in Shanghai, so we’ve built up quite a bit of expertise in this area,” Li said.

“We hope to become more widely available to other cities as well.”

Ai is also planning to open its own factory in China, where it plans to develop other products for commercial and residential buildings.

Ai is working with local partners, including the Shanghai Municipal Development and Improvement Commission.

Ai Weiwei is based on the work of renowned architect W.C. Jacobs and the firm is working to create a more detailed model of the cityscape that will be used in buildings such as apartment complexes and residential towers.

Ai was founded in 2013.

The firm is building its own prototype for a new, 3D, cityscape, which it says will be ready for launch by the end of 2019.

Ai says it has already worked with clients in Beijing and Shanghai, and plans to build more buildings in China.

Ai has already built a number of prototype buildings, including a residential complex in Shanghai called “Ai-Zi” (City-Zir).

The Shanghai landscape is so detailed that some of Ai’s clients have said they’ve never seen anything like it.

Ai said it was able to design and create the cityscapes because it knew the design of the buildings was different than most commercial buildings.

“When we built the model, we didn’t expect to be able to do this in real life, but we had the experience of doing it in the past,” said Chen Zhen, Ai’s director of business development.

“So we could see how these buildings were constructed.

We also understood the constraints.

It was very clear what we were building and why.”