OAS1S aims to be the number one concept for green architecture as it merges nature with urban living on a bold scale

A new proposal by Dutch Raimond de Hullu MSc, a passionate and experienced designer and manager in architecture, has the capacity to change our cities forever. Titled OAS1S, the project aspires to be the first 100 percent green building typology of its kind.

The design of the buildings of The OAS1S Foundation are tree-like, long and thin, with rooms placed on top of each other to maximize space. The structures have foliage wrapping around them and are situated amongst a woodland within a city, creating a community that’s inspired by the look and feel of trees.

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