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Atlas Hoi An Hotel among world’s top 10 unusual green buildings

Global Construction has named Atlas Hoi An Hotel in the central province of Quang Nam among top 10 unusual green buildings in the world.


Completed by Vo Trong Nghia Architects, the Atlas Hoi An Hotel encompasses a number overflowing plants, which are situated in cantilevering concrete planters.

 


Designed by Grant Associates and Wilkinson Eyre, Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay has become an exciting construction and vibrant space for visitors and locals to enjoy.

 


Free to visit and spanning 560 acres, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is now home to the London Stadium, an aquatics centre, hockey and tennis centre, playgrounds and much more.

 


Completed in 2014, Bosco Verticale residential towers in Milan, Italy encompass 900 trees, 11,000 perennial plants and 5,000 shrubs, which would normally be situated on 7,000 square metres of land.

 


Situated in Guizhou, Mountain Forest Hotel aims to blend in with the local landscape through reconstructing the former hill which was previously flattened in order to create a vertical forest mountain.

 


Vauban might be one of the smallest districts in Germany, but it is also one of the most sustainable places to live in the world. All eco-friendly homes have been constructed to a low-energy standard, utilising renewable energy sources.

 


The largest station in Madrid, Atoca Train Station is one of the most appealing stations in the world as a result of its inbuilt green space.

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