Architects want to hang a park over a Milan piazza
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Spotted: Italian architecture firms LAD and Hynos Studio have designed a so-called "hanging garden" to recapture public space in Milan's central Piazzale Loreto. The proposal (known as Sovraparco -- Elevated Garden) would turn a not particularly attractive concrete and traffic-filled entrance of the city into an oasis of green. The two-story structure shaped like a gigantic inverted disc would create a haven above the chaos of traffic and noise for people to relax. "Like a planet hosting a natural oasis, the garden is floating over the plaza; as it is a reversed shell, nothing is visible from the inside but the…
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