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Stefano Boeri Architetti announced Liuzhou Forest City design

Tinuku ~ Stefano Boeri Architetti studio announced the design of Liuzhou Forest City for urban lungs near Liuzhou China. Italian architects plan a city with luxury towers containing 40,000 trees and a million plants from 100 different species. Green plants fill balconies and rooftops of 175-hectare skyscrapers along Liujiang river, the Guangxi mountains.

Tinuku Stefano Boeri Architetti announced Liuzhou Forest City design

Tinuku.com Stefano Boeri Architetti announced Liuzhou Forest City design

Previously, the company architect Stefano Boeri has been testing vertical forests in Milan and Lausanne as a master plan for the Forest City concept by providing skyscrapers with plants. The project will be launched across China's urban areas as a way to offset pollution.

"Pollution has created nightmares in a vast metropolitan environment.You have to imagine the new model of the city is not about expanding but also a small green city system," Boeri says.

Similar design proposals have also been proposed in Shijiazhuang and a pair of skyscrapers have this succeeded in central Nanjing. The concept of high-density housing and offices is filled with greenery, as a way to absorb carbon dioxide and filter out dust particles from air.

www.Tinuku.com Stefano Boeri Architetti announced Liuzhou Forest City design

Tinuku Stefano Boeri Architetti announced Liuzhou Forest City design

The Liuzhou Project will provide homes for 30,000 people in residential, commercial and recreational areas, two schools and hospitals. The architects calculating green plants will absorb nearly 10,000 tons of CO2 and 57 tons of pollutants per year, while producing about 900 tons of oxygen.

The Liuzhou City Government will also apply sustainable concepts using geothermal and solar panels to collect renewable energy, use of electric cars, wall construction to absorb smoke, plants to absorb pollution, lower temperatures and noise. Also cultivate birds and insects for the ecosystem.

The project is scheduled for 2020 is the first time in China and the world where innovative urban settlements will combine energy self-sufficiency and renewable energy use with biodiversity to reduce air pollution in urban areas.

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