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EN_01298870_0001 COV
Famous for his Vertical Forest tower blocks, Stefano Boeri Architetti has revealed his next tower will be used for social housing. The Trudo Vertical Forest will be built in Eindhoven, Netherlands and will be will be the first Vertical Forest adopted by a social housing project. The 19 floors of the Tower will house apartments rented out at affordable rates and graced by balconies with hundreds of trees and plants in a wide variety of species. ??sThe high-rise building of Eindhoven confirms that it is possible to combine the great challenges of climate change with those of housing shortages. Urban forestry is not only necessary to improve the environment of the world???s cities but also an opportunity to improve the living conditions of less fortunate city dwellers???, declares Stefano Boeri. The Client, Sint-Trudo, has been immensely keen on the construction of this building, which will have 125 social housing units. ??sThe Trudo Vertical Forest sets new living standards. Each apartment will have a surface area of under 50 sq m and the exclusive benefit of 1 tree, 20 shrubs and over 4 sq m of terrace. Thanks to the use of prefabrication, the rationalization of technical solutions for the facade, and the consequent optimization of resources, this will be the first Vertical Forest prototype destined for social housing??? states Francesca Cesa Bianchi, Project Director of Stefano Boeri Architetti. The Trudo Vertical Forest Tower will be a 75-meter skyscraper whose facade will provide a home to 125 trees, 5,200 shrubs and plants. It will create a green habitat in the metropolitan environment to faciltate the development of biodiversity, an authentic eco-system with over 70 different plant species able to counteract atmospheric pollution, thanks to the capacity of trees to absorb over 50 tons of carbon dioxide every year. For the design of the plant component of the Trudo Vertical Forest, Studio Laura Gatti, managed by agronomist Laura Gatti (who has contributed
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EN_01298870_0002 COV
Famous for his Vertical Forest tower blocks, Stefano Boeri Architetti has revealed his next tower will be used for social housing. The Trudo Vertical Forest will be built in Eindhoven, Netherlands and will be will be the first Vertical Forest adopted by a social housing project. The 19 floors of the Tower will house apartments rented out at affordable rates and graced by balconies with hundreds of trees and plants in a wide variety of species. ??sThe high-rise building of Eindhoven confirms that it is possible to combine the great challenges of climate change with those of housing shortages. Urban forestry is not only necessary to improve the environment of the world???s cities but also an opportunity to improve the living conditions of less fortunate city dwellers???, declares Stefano Boeri. The Client, Sint-Trudo, has been immensely keen on the construction of this building, which will have 125 social housing units. ??sThe Trudo Vertical Forest sets new living standards. Each apartment will have a surface area of under 50 sq m and the exclusive benefit of 1 tree, 20 shrubs and over 4 sq m of terrace. Thanks to the use of prefabrication, the rationalization of technical solutions for the facade, and the consequent optimization of resources, this will be the first Vertical Forest prototype destined for social housing??? states Francesca Cesa Bianchi, Project Director of Stefano Boeri Architetti. The Trudo Vertical Forest Tower will be a 75-meter skyscraper whose facade will provide a home to 125 trees, 5,200 shrubs and plants. It will create a green habitat in the metropolitan environment to faciltate the development of biodiversity, an authentic eco-system with over 70 different plant species able to counteract atmospheric pollution, thanks to the capacity of trees to absorb over 50 tons of carbon dioxide every year. For the design of the plant component of the Trudo Vertical Forest, Studio Laura Gatti, managed by agronomist Laura Gatti (who has contributed
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EN_01298870_0003 COV
Famous for his Vertical Forest tower blocks, Stefano Boeri Architetti has revealed his next tower will be used for social housing. The Trudo Vertical Forest will be built in Eindhoven, Netherlands and will be will be the first Vertical Forest adopted by a social housing project. The 19 floors of the Tower will house apartments rented out at affordable rates and graced by balconies with hundreds of trees and plants in a wide variety of species. ??sThe high-rise building of Eindhoven confirms that it is possible to combine the great challenges of climate change with those of housing shortages. Urban forestry is not only necessary to improve the environment of the world???s cities but also an opportunity to improve the living conditions of less fortunate city dwellers???, declares Stefano Boeri. The Client, Sint-Trudo, has been immensely keen on the construction of this building, which will have 125 social housing units. ??sThe Trudo Vertical Forest sets new living standards. Each apartment will have a surface area of under 50 sq m and the exclusive benefit of 1 tree, 20 shrubs and over 4 sq m of terrace. Thanks to the use of prefabrication, the rationalization of technical solutions for the facade, and the consequent optimization of resources, this will be the first Vertical Forest prototype destined for social housing??? states Francesca Cesa Bianchi, Project Director of Stefano Boeri Architetti. The Trudo Vertical Forest Tower will be a 75-meter skyscraper whose facade will provide a home to 125 trees, 5,200 shrubs and plants. It will create a green habitat in the metropolitan environment to faciltate the development of biodiversity, an authentic eco-system with over 70 different plant species able to counteract atmospheric pollution, thanks to the capacity of trees to absorb over 50 tons of carbon dioxide every year. For the design of the plant component of the Trudo Vertical Forest, Studio Laura Gatti, managed by agronomist Laura Gatti (who has contributed
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EN_01298870_0004 COV
Famous for his Vertical Forest tower blocks, Stefano Boeri Architetti has revealed his next tower will be used for social housing. The Trudo Vertical Forest will be built in Eindhoven, Netherlands and will be will be the first Vertical Forest adopted by a social housing project. The 19 floors of the Tower will house apartments rented out at affordable rates and graced by balconies with hundreds of trees and plants in a wide variety of species. ??sThe high-rise building of Eindhoven confirms that it is possible to combine the great challenges of climate change with those of housing shortages. Urban forestry is not only necessary to improve the environment of the world???s cities but also an opportunity to improve the living conditions of less fortunate city dwellers???, declares Stefano Boeri. The Client, Sint-Trudo, has been immensely keen on the construction of this building, which will have 125 social housing units. ??sThe Trudo Vertical Forest sets new living standards. Each apartment will have a surface area of under 50 sq m and the exclusive benefit of 1 tree, 20 shrubs and over 4 sq m of terrace. Thanks to the use of prefabrication, the rationalization of technical solutions for the facade, and the consequent optimization of resources, this will be the first Vertical Forest prototype destined for social housing??? states Francesca Cesa Bianchi, Project Director of Stefano Boeri Architetti. The Trudo Vertical Forest Tower will be a 75-meter skyscraper whose facade will provide a home to 125 trees, 5,200 shrubs and plants. It will create a green habitat in the metropolitan environment to faciltate the development of biodiversity, an authentic eco-system with over 70 different plant species able to counteract atmospheric pollution, thanks to the capacity of trees to absorb over 50 tons of carbon dioxide every year. For the design of the plant component of the Trudo Vertical Forest, Studio Laura Gatti, managed by agronomist Laura Gatti (who has contributed
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