Cleanup of the environment: construction of an unheard-of residential complex on the island of Taiwan is nearing completion
The residential complex is located in Taipei city, this is the northern part of the island of Taiwan. The building was named “Tao zhu yin yuan”, which means “vertical forest”.
At this stage of construction, the interior decoration of the premises has already begun, gardens are being planted and decorative waterfalls are being built.
Located in the central area of Taipei, the tower employs an innovative concept of sustainable, green housing to limit the ecological footprint.
The complex is planned to be put into operation at the end of 2021. The winding building will be planted with about 23 thousand trees, which will absorb up to 130 tons of carbon dioxide annually.
The house is conceived as a piece of vertical land or “inhabited tree”. The building was designed by Vincent Callebo.
The residential complex has a 90-degree turn, which guarantees the residents a panoramic view of the skyline, especially the famous “Taipei 101” tower – a skyscraper, which in 2003 was recognized as one of the tallest in the world.
The residential complex is equipped with an earthquake resisting system, and an immovable central core, which contains vertical circulation, divides the buildings on each floor.
An impressive new high-rise building in Taiwan is a wonderful ecological complex that will not only satisfy its residents, but also have a positive impact on the environment.