French architecture firm Coldefy has revealed an ambitious project: the largest …


French architecture firm Coldefy has revealed an ambitious project: the largest single-domed greenhouse in the world. Spanning over 215,278 square feet, the gigantic energy self-sufficient structure, christened “Tropicalia,” is set to be completed in 2024 in the Cote d’Opale in France. Described by the company as a “bubble of harmony,” the structure will house a tropical forest featuring a range of flora and fauna, from orchids and butterflies to fish and reptiles. Tap the link in our bio to learn more. (📸: Octav Tirziu/Zuecca Project Space)



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  1. No one gives a flying fuck. Bring some light on what’s going on in Palestine. Talk about how Israel is committing genocide. Israel is an apartheid state. 🇵🇸

  2. I’m not big on greenhouses. If they use fertilizers and pesticides, it seeps into the ground and pollutes both soil and water.

  3. And imprisoning butterflies, reptiles and fish instead of letting them live in their own habitats.

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