10 Jan '18, 8pm

The world's first vertical forest for low-income housing is coming to the Netherlands

has designed and built vertical forests across the globe, but his latest project, slated for Eindhoven in The Netherlands, will be unlike anything that has been done before. That’s because, for the first time ever, the forest tower has been funded by a social housing project, and the tower will provide low-income housing. The Trudo Vertical Forest looks to be an example of how good architecture can tackle both climate change and urban housing issues.

Full article: https://inhabitat.com/the-worlds-first-vertical-forest-fo...

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