This gives new meaning to LEED – Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, which is now a big, key selling point for developers building new structures. All, to protect our environment. But this takes it to a whole other level. Organically.
It’s in a hidden place in beautiful Sorrento, Italy, in the Campania region, situated in southern Italy, in a valley that is characterized by a humid microclimate. This allows the most distinct plants to grow undisturbed. As such, they’ve taken possession of the remains of the buildings. And this is the result. But what a unique and charming view.