Natural Architecture Living Trees Into A Majestic Cathedral. New Ideas

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A building doesn’t have to be a dry and dead thing. Natural Architecture Living Trees Into A Majestic Cathedral Italian artist Giuliano Mauri’s epic Cattedrale Vegetale (or Tree Cathedral) is the perfect example of living architecture.

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Image credits:  Virtual Sacred Space

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Image credits: Aldo Fedele (left) | Arte Sella (right)

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Image credits: Riccardo Senia

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Image credits: Pava

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Image credits: Ettore Galata Rizzardini

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Image credits: Giacomo Bianchi

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Image credits: santino

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Image credits: Il Giardino Sfumato

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Image credits: Michele Salmaso

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Mauri, who passed in 2009, laid the groundwork for his first visionary cathedral in Valsugana, Italy in 2002. The framework of the cathedral at the foot of Mount Arera in the northern Italian region of Lombardy was completed. More info: giulianomauri.com (h/t: mymodernmet, BBC)

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