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384 Foot Tall Building: The First Vertical Evergreen Forest

Updated on 10 July, 2016 at 10:07 am By

If you are a nature lover, then this place is for you. It will definitely keep you close to the beauty of greenery.

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This is the first 384-ft tall building that you can also called a vertical ‘Evergreen Forest’.


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Anybody would love to stay in the apartments that include nature’s beauty in their package.

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 People living in the apartments will be protected from dust, noise pollution, and harsh winds.



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The building will have more than 100 evergreen trees, 6,000 shrubs, and 18,000 plants.


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The 36-storey building will be the first of its kind in the world.


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The building is named ‘La Tour Des Cedres’ (The Tower of Cedars), and will resemble Boeri’s two 112-m towers in Milan. It is designed by architect Stefano Boeri and is set to go up in Lausanne, Switzerland. The apartment is like a dream and a collaboration between nature and industrialization. The designer actually promotes afforestation rather than deforestation.

Credit: boredpanda.

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