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It's Autumn. Leaves Are Falling. On Your Desk...

Video October 15, 2018  |  Text by Petra Baumruková Text by Petra Baumruková

The positive influence of greenery on the human psyche and the body is firmly rooted in contemporary architecture. What are the most famous green buildings in the world? What did the builders of "treescrapers" have to face in Milan? And how is it actually with watering?

Green roofs, green facades, even the entire forest on the terraces. Green architects do not spare with greenery and know why. Take a look at, for example, the spectacular Acros building in Fukuoka, Japan, where on the 14 terraces covering an area of 5,400 m2 grow 76 different species of 37,000 plants. Currently, thanks to the diligent work of birds and insects, the local flora has grown to 120 species and 50,000 plants.