The innovation never stops here. Inhabitat is reporting that Eindhoven will get the world’s first vertical forest that’s not for rich people.
Vertical gardens are a thing across Europe, from Milan to Paris. But so far, they have been an amenity in wealthy neighborhoods.
Eindhoven’s Trudo Vertical Forest will be an example of how “good architecture can tackle both climate change and urban housing issues,” according to Inhabitat.
Trudo Vertical Forest is a project by Stefano Boeri Architects in Milan, and is slated for Strijp-S, a section of Eindhoven that’s been transformed from old Philips factories to a collection of innovative housing and retail projects.