Europe’s Largest Green Façade Has Been Completed In Germany • Discoverology

Europe’s Largest Green Façade Has Been Completed In Germany

Architecture, Innovation

Over 30,000 plants and 5 miles of hornbeam hedges cover the newly completed Kö-Bogen II commercial and office building by German architecture firm Ingenhoven Architects. Located in Düsseldorf, the verdant structure features Europe’s largest green façade.

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