Urban greenery: High-rise building for biological diversity in Paris

Maison Edouard François: M6B2 Tower of Biodiversity © Pierre L’Excellent
Maison Edouard François: M6B2 Tower of Biodiversity
© Pierre L’Excellent

Incorporating green areas into cities that are becoming more cramped and larger all the time is a current theme that preoccupies architects and city planners. The relationship between the building height and sustainable greenery is a particularly exciting aspect here – a new high-rise building in Paris by the French architect Edouard François demonstrates this.

Landscape Design: Plans for Tropical Park in Hong Kong Unveiled

Rendering - Photo: MIR
Rendering – Photo: MIR

In our new series „Green globe – the world’s most exciting garden projects”, we will present green projects from all over the world – innovative landscape designs, garden classics in a new outfit, sustainable ideas against grey townscapes or parcs that make green hearts beat faster. Today, we’re starting with a project that brings plant diversity to one of the world’s biggest metropolises: Taikoo Place in Hong Kong.