Los revestimientos de hormigón han sido sustituidos por balaustradas para permitir que la hierba se enrede creando un muro verde que sirven a la vez de protección visual de los coches y de absorción del CO2 de las emisiones de los escapes.

With the idea that in Tokyo there are very few places to park cars, Cheungvogl Japanese architectural firm by architects Judy Cheung and Christoph Vogl, designed an ecological and modern system two-storey parking 163 cars. Its simple and efficient system replaces conventional lifts ramps for cars. Coverings have been replaced by concrete balustrades to allow grass tangling creating a green wall that serve both visual protection of cars and absorption of CO2 from exhaust emissions. The lighting in this parking lot is made ​​from neon lights to achieve greater energy savings. Also the walls of this park are designed for different urban artists to intervene them with their creations. This project serves to injecting by green to the Japanese city.

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