World’s First Tree Museum Opens In Switzerland
A collection of more than 2,000 examples doubles as headquarters for a company.
The world’s first tree museum was opened yesterday in Switzerland. Oppenheim Architecture + Design and Swiss landscape architect Enzo Enea created the museum that will house more than 2,000 trees, some of them as high as 40 feet tall and as old as 130 years. The Tree Museum has 22 species of trees spread over an area of 2.5 acres. The museum will also act as the headquarters of Enea’s company, with the main building equipped with green roofs and geothermal systems.