Although this stacking green building is made of concrete (not so green), there are some great features that offset the use of concrete. Firstly, it takes a very small footprint. Secondly, it’s a minimised version of the Gardens of Babilon. Plants are arranged on each section and on the roof terrace.
This stacking green house was built in Saigon, Vietnam by an architect studio led by Vo Trong Nghia.
From the façade, you might decide that the interior is rather dark. It is shady, that’s true, but I wouldn’t call it dark. The plants help regulate the temperature inside the house and of course, they improve the air quality.