Eco-Houses along the Black Sea Coast
A unique and extremely luxurious residential complex, the Black Sea Gardens, will be built at the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Especially for Bulgaria, superstar architect Sir Norman Foster has designed eco-houses that pick up the breeze and collect sunrays at their verandas. Black Sea Gardens will not be a resort only but also a residential complex, a car-free zone. Thus it will be absolutely unpolluted as no waste gases will be emitted in the area. The complex will be built on 200 ha to the north of the town of Biala, on the seashore. It will house five separate "villages". Norman Foster explained that Black Sea Gardens would combine Bulgaria's unique nature and the typically 18-century Bulgarian terraced streets. "This is a world project that aims at preserving the environment," explained architect Georgi Stanishev, head of the International Architecture Academy and brother of Bulgaria's Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev. Sergey Stanishev visited the National Foreign Art Gallery to meet with Foster. The PM was interested in the models for the complex. Investment has been found but it is still unclear when the Black Sea Gardens will be constructed.
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