It’s not everyday you see adults enjoying life in a treehouse, but in Turin, Italy, residents of 63 units are lucky enough to call 25 Verde home. Designed by Luciano Pia, this mammoth treehouse apartment building is five stories tall and holds 150 trees that ‘absorb close to 200,000 litres of carbon dioxide an hour’.
That absorption is protecting the residents of 25 Verde from harmful gasses caused by traffic outside. It’s also handy for noise pollution.
Wood that paves the terraces filter the sun’s rays in the summer, while in the winter, they let the light inside to keep it warmer.
This treehouse looks like an amazing place to call home, but it’s definitely missing one of those bucket pulley systems.
Via This Is Colossal