Architecture cleverly embraces nature
Who doesn’t love nature? Because of our city-bound lifestyle, we are being far removed from the nature, from natural greeneries. But here a few example of clever architecture and development that made the nature a part of it’s own.
Vertical garden on a side of a building in Madrid, Spain.
One Central park, Sydney
Designed by designed by Luciano Pia, this apartment building in Turin, Italy, holds around 150 trees
325 years old pine tree passing through building: Saruhanbey Science, Culture And Education Foundation in Turkey
When Turkish authorities said the 325-year-old pine tree could not be cut down to make way for the Foundation, architects found a clever way to make it part of the building. Read more about is here
Bethany Tree House designed by Alessandro Sartore
Carport in Paraguay, Designed by NDE Renda
Tokyo kindergarten designed by Tezuka Architects
Living tree enclosed in a glass case,KOOK restaurant & pizzeria in Rome. Designed by Noses Architects
A very beautiful tree house built around tree