This is the world’s first evergreen skyscraper — and it’s utterly amazing!

Stefano Boeri, an architect from Italy, has come up with the concept of a residential skyscraper that looks similar to an enormous jungle.


Extending for a length of 117 meters, it will be built in Lausanne, Switzerland and will contain over 100 cedar trees, 6000 shrubs, and 18,000 plants, which will be spread across an area of 3000 square meters. It will also be called as The Cedar Trees Tower, or La Tour des Cedres.


It will be the first building in the world to be filled with evergreen trees and residents staying in any floor would be able to be close to trees. This structure will come up in the Chavannes-Pres-Renes district and will be a residential apartment overlooking the Lake Geneva.


This building will also comprise of gyms, offices and a restaurant offering a scenic view of the entire area around. When constructed, this will be the second building planned by Boeri that is rich in biodiversity.



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