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It may not be to everyone’s liking but I think this is a beautiful building.
Do you have any idea what type of plants make up the “forest”?
I didnt find anything specific about the plants but one would hope that they might look into species that are known for their filtering ability. Maybe fruite trees for food? There are a lot of possibilities that could really make this an interesting design. Community gardens, using aquaculture to fliter the waste water, or chickens as pest controls?
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