Greenhouse/CO2 recycling

The glass shell creates room on the roof for a greenhouse, which will accommodate a botanical garden and a school garden. The CO2 produced by the building will be transferred to the greenhouse via the buffer areas, at which point it will be absorbed by the plants. A glass shaft leading from the parking garage under the building to the greenhouse on the roof will create a strong ventilation flow. There will be plants in this shaft, and the air from the parking garage will be led past these plants and purified with regard to CO2 and airborne particulate matter. In order to absorb enough CO2, part of the greenhouse will be a high-production facility. This will result in a CO2 cycle. In the high-production section of the greenhouse in particular, there will be a lot of waste plant matter. This can be used as biomatter for the co-fermentation plant.