A wonder, applause for the Milan-based studio of architecture led by Stefano Boeri that actually believe in the environment. The inclusion of nature, and not the opposite.
Studio is currently working on the projects of urban re-qualification, architectural design, interior design and exclusively on exhibition design.
Stefano Boeri designed vertical forests in Nanjing, China and are going to produce 132 pounds (60kg) of oxygen every day . They are complete in 2018 .Each tower will stand 656ft and 354ft respectively, and between them they’ll house over 1,000 trees and approximately 2,500 shrubs from 23 different local species.
The green inspiration that moves the Vertical Forest from Milan to China in this video.
L’architecte italien Stefano Boeri s’est lancé dans un projet fou : créer à Nanjing en Chine une série d’immeubles capables de d’absorber le co2 ambiant et de produire de l’oxygène. Chaque immeuble de cette forêt verticale porte des centaines d’arbres et d’arbustes.
Similar buildings by the architect for Lausanne, Switzerland
Two vertical forests, Bosco , Verticale, have already been built in Milan, Italy
GUIZHOU – MOUNTAIN FOREST HOTEL,Located in the 10 thousand peaks area, the project is inside a masterplan of 400 acres, in the Wanfeng Valley, in Guizhou, China, recently listed by the New York Times as one of the best destinations in 2016.
The mountain project has 31,200 m2, and 250 rooms designed for the Hong Kong based Cachet Hotel Group. The interior design will be the result of a collaboration with the local artist Simon Ma.