The cornerstone of the Green House was planted in moss.
How did we do it?
The green building, named after the work of Estonia’s first female professor, Alma Tominga, marks the office building project in Ülemiste City with the largest investment so far. Alma House will be completed in cooperation with architects, researchers from the University of Tartu, urban strategists, arborists, experts in the indoor climate, LEED and diginomats, and gRabbit, which creates innovation in catering. In addition to innovation, a green environment will be built in the house, with an indoor atrium, a 4-meter waterfall and an interactive forest.
All new tenants of Alma Tominga House received a palm tree seedling as a gift. In cooperation with EAA, real plant headgear was made, which was worn by the organizers of the opening show.
The keywords of the event were innovation, innovation and a green environment.
Cornerstone event was mentioned in several articles:
About the Alma Tominga project in RE Realestate website
Article in Delfi.ee
Article in Pealinn.ee