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  • Rony Perez

    green architecture | Green Building in Rural Urban Style with Spacious Apartments and ...

  • Adam Kilmer

    The "Bosco Verticale," or vertical forest towers, currently under construction and nearing completion. To live at odds with the environment creates a certain tension that some can find quite distressing. While I definitely wouldn't say that modern architecture or technology lives at odds with nature, I would say that most of the time they do little to improve it. It's nice to be reminded this doesn't always have to be the case.

  • Kristina Benson

    Is this real life? If so I wanna go there?

  • Joel Tiphonnet

    Proposed Green Residential Tower in Paris | Brenac & Gonzalez

  • Lion Hoenicke

    futuristic architecture, design concept, urban village, brenacgonzalez

Green Building, Paris, Real Life, Futuristic Architecture, Green Architecture, Under Construction, Modern Architecture, Mornings Coff, Design Concept

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