Eden Project (England)
Eden Project (“Paradise Project”), St. Austell is a large-scale environmental complex in Cornwall, United Kingdom.
Project complexes planned by Tim Smit were designed by Nicholas Grimshaw in 1996 and opened to the public on March 17, 2001. Soon afterwards he began to attract tourists to the UK.
EFTE (Ethylene-tetrafluoroethylene) is covered with a semi-transparent cover because the shell of the biome, which is made of steel construction, resembles a giant insect bite, prohibits the use of glass. The Eden Project has 97 thousand 400 plants belonging to 3 thousand 385 species.