Forest also creates a local microclimate in the overpopulated cities
The residential forest also creates a local microclimate in the overpopulated cities.
Particularly these designs are the sustainable buildings, and there is the use of wood as building material and the green facilities that must absorb the greenhouse gas emissions in the city. In his master plan, the architect also left much room for the generation and storage of renewable energy and sustainable urban agriculture. The buildings are equipped with solar panels, solar roofs, sun awnings and energy-efficient installations. For the application of sustainable urban agriculture, the area has space for the application of agricultural techniques such as aquaponics and vertical planting that are combined. For example, the towers must absorb carbon dioxide emissions in the city.
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