Disciplinary integration – Fitting into the urban fabric requires broad considerations including urban planning, architecture, smell, aesthetics, and psychology are required. Therefore, a much higher integration is ensured between process-, civil-, mechanical-, electrical engineering, architecture, landscaping, and botany.

Pleasant botanical garden appearance enhances the surrounding community instead of negatively impacting it.
Super compact layout minimizes footprint and results in greater efficiency.
Architectural integration into the urban environment results in infrastructure and energy savings.