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Tree House Sets Guinness Record

>Tree House Sets Guinness Record

CDL’s Tree House in Singapore just set a new Guinness World Record with the world’s largest vertical garden. Designed with environmental sustainability in mind, Tree House’s vertical garden is more than just a unique architectural structure. The building’s green wall measures 24,638.59 square feet and is expected to save more than $500,000 in energy and water costs annually.

Located in a quiet corner of Singapore’s District Bukit Timah, Tree House is a 24-storey condo building that boasts the world’s largest vertical garden and features state-of-the-art sustainable technologies and elements such as heat-reducing windows and motion sensors that automatically activate lights. The vertical garden will reduce the estate’s carbon footprint by filtering pollutants and carbon dioxide out of the air. This reduces heat absorption and lowers the energy needed to cool indoor spaces.

Singapore has increasingly encouraged property and architecture firms to adopt energy-saving technologies that include rainwater harvesting and sun-shading exteriors.