Inside an apartment at Stefano Boeri’s Bosco Verticale towers Penthouse by

One of Milan’s most iconic contemporary buildings, architect Stefano Boeri’s Bosco Verticale towers stand tall and proud, engulfed in greenery in the city’s exciting Porta Nuova district. Now, its highly coveted penthouse, immersed in the structure’s some 15,000 trees, has been revealed and goes on the market for the first time.  As expected for a home in what is arguably one of the world’s most recognisable examples of green urban living, the space is surrounded by nature. It includes large openings, plenty of natural light and a generous offering of terraces that effortlessly brings the outside in – and with this property’s rich curated selection of about 90 different species of trees, shrubs and floral vegetation, residents will be surrounded by the equivalent of a 3-hectare forest.

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