Updated: May 14, 2022
Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) is located in one of the most polluted cities in Europe and is part of Porta Nuova Isola complex in Milan, Italy. These are the two residential towers with 900 small tree planted by 3 and 6 meters, 5,000 shrubs and 11,000 flowering plants.
Bosco Verticale is a new model of regeneration of the urban environment, creating a biological habitat on the surface of 40000m2. The plants provide a natural climate in apartments and provide excellent housing conditions. They encourage the creation of energy so that the two towers are energy independent, also produce oxygen and moisture, plants absorb CO2 and improve the environment.
Bosco Verticale can boast of compact two-bedroom apartments to penthouses and duplexes, but the most influential is balconies, who go out 3.35m and they have prepared a wonderful delight in the greenery. The towers were designed by Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca and Giovanni La Varro, also involved horticulturists and botanists.