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Does Your Apartment Have a Sky Garden? This One in Australia Does, and It’s Incredible

Does Your Apartment Have a Sky Garden? This One in Australia Does, and It’s Incredible: Photo via Architecture magazine

Photo via Architecture magazine

There really is a building covered with vertical gardens using more than 38,000 exotic plants in Sydney, Australia.

Designed by French architect Jean Nouvel, One Central Park Towers consists of two towers made up of 250 different species of local flowers and plants. The building is composed of over 600 apartments and several restaurants.

The vertical hanging gardens change with the seasons, making the building a sort of natural shape shifter. There are even gardens that span over 14 stories. Apart from the vertical gardens, the building also houses the world’s biggest membrane bioreactor recycled water facility. The basement of the building recycles water from different sources and services the entire building.

My favorite part about One Central Park Towers is easily the sky garden, which is located on the top five levels of the building. The terrace provides views of Botany Bay and the Blue Mountains.

Not to mention, the sky garden boasts a Jacuzzi, lounge and dining options. How can I live here?

Photo via [Architecture Magazine](http://architecture-mag.com/content/extraordinary-towers-in-australia-covered-with-38000-exotic-plants-in-vertical-gardens/)

Photo via Architecture Magazine

Photo via [Architecture Magazine](http://architecture-mag.com/content/extraordinary-towers-in-australia-covered-with-38000-exotic-plants-in-vertical-gardens/)

Photo via Architecture Magazine

Photo via [Architecture Magazine](http://architecture-mag.com/content/extraordinary-towers-in-australia-covered-with-38000-exotic-plants-in-vertical-gardens/)

Photo via Architecture Magazine

Photo via [Architecture Magazine](http://architecture-mag.com/content/extraordinary-towers-in-australia-covered-with-38000-exotic-plants-in-vertical-gardens/)

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