Solar-powered biodome mimics all four seasons

Jul 25, 2017, 7:45 AM EDT
(Source: Neville Wootton/flickr)
(Source: Neville Wootton/flickr)

Italian architect Carlo Ratti seeks to closely connect city-dwellers to nature’s cycles with his innovative Garden of the Four Seasons, which is a 2,500 square-meter long lush, solar powered space that recreates all four seasons under one roof, all year long.  

The enclosed garden, proposed for a park in north-west Milan, uses climate-control technology to give visitors a plunge into spring, summer, autumn and winter anytime they walk in, writes Inhabitat.

Ratti sees his concept as an important step towards developing strategies for climate remediation as the phenomenon of climate change turns extreme, notes Follow News.