In the heart of the contemporary Porta Nuova district in central Milan, the penthouse on the 26th floor of the Bosco Verticale tower has come to the market for the first time.
Immersed in some 15,000 trees, plants and shrubs, the world-famous exterior of Stefano Boeri’s Bosco Verticale pioneers a new approach to urban living, connecting people and buildings with nature, bringing essential greenery and biodiversity into increasingly dense cities, and reducing their environmental impact.
The penthouse features quadruple aspect 360-degree views of the entire city. Six individual terraces provide a variety of outdoor spaces, each enveloped by the tower’s shrubs and plants which act as gardens in the sky. The penthouse’s bespoke interiors have been created through a collaboration between global interior and architectural designer, Dara Huang of Design Haus Liberty, and Italy’s COIMA Image.
€15m (£13.5m) via Residenze Porta Nuova | t: +39 02 3659 9650