What’s that over there? Is that two large building blocks in the middle of Milan covered in a rich, green forest? Why yes, yes it is.
In the Porta Nuova district of Milan, Italy, there is a pair of residential towers that (will) host more than 900 trees on 8,900 square meters of terraces as part of a “rehabilitation” of the historic district. Or in other terms: lots and lots of trees in a tiny little space to make the place look prettier. An ace creative idea.
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