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Milan, a Grey City turning Green, A trend building to encourage green living with Architect Stefano Boeri.

Tuesday - October 10, 2017 1:43 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
One of the towers - Vertical Forest Milan, Italy
One of the towers - Vertical Forest Milan, Italy

Milan, the  Grey City turning Green, a trend building to encourage green living with Architect Stefano Boeri.

 
By Jaya Khare
Milan, the city financially the most essential, second most populous, is  the central city of Italy with largest urban and metropolitan area.  Italy is famous for its  vast and ancient monument and structural builds. 

Milan is bit modern and is more famous for lifestyle, enjoying worldly pleasures and for the fashion market, the shoppers paradise to shop the last exclusive items. Football, Opera, and nightlife are in the air as city breaths. 

 

Befor the terriable change in climate, the city has senced effects of climate change and had already implemented action to encounter the climatic change in coming times.

High gray building and skyscrapers are turning into green to fight the climatic change. The innovative implementation of gardens over the rooftops, plant-covered buildings, and innovative greenhouses are changing the face of the city. 
The gray turning green revolution kicked off from  Isola district which is island location as its isolated from the central city Milan. 
 
Gray Milan
 
The residential building contributes to complete structure of receiving and exchange in  the flora and fauna as it absorbs CO2 and dust particles and produces oxygen.the of the area a microclimate. The vertical forest is also a habitat for the variety of birds, butterflies, insects, and pets. The project is in effect and was completed in the year 2014 by #project Vertical Forest by @StefanoBoeri , Location: #Milan, #Italy. 

Stefano Boeri is coming up with many similar projects which are now trending and in demand as people are getting more aware of climate change and remedies to encounter it.  The architect has undertaken and carried out projects regarding he transformation reuse of several locations like Doha, Moscow, Beijing, Sao Paulo, and many in dozens. - Window To News 


 
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