“World”s first smart forest city, which is aimed to be established in the Cancun region of Mexico, was designed by Stefano Boeri Architetti studio, known for its architectural projects in this field. The landscape architecture of the city will be made by Laura Gatti. The architect of the gradual transportation of the city is “Mobility In Chain”. More than 7.5 million plants will live in harmony with 130 thousand people in the world’s first smart forest city. The balance between the amount of green fields and the building footprint has been adjusted so that the city will be able to collect 116,000 tons of carbondioxide from the air and stock 5,500 tons annually. The city, which can be completely self-sufficient in the field of food and energy, will have a semi-autonomous and electrical mobility system. The smart forest city will actually be building on an area devoted to a giant shopping center. The goal is; to regain such a large area to the nature. In the project, millions of plants of 400 different species selected by botanist and landscape architect Laura Gatti will be planted in the city area. About 400 hectares of the city’s total area will consist of green areas. These green spaces are designed as public parks, private gardens, green roofs and green facades. Mobility In Chain (MIC) has offered a special tier transportation system for the smart city. In this system, visitors will not be able to enter with their vehicles and leave them in the parking areas on the edge of the city. From there, the point to be reached in the city will be reached by electric or semi-autonomous vehicles.