Green facade

Transform your space with a vibrant green facade that adds a touch of nature to your surroundings. Explore top ideas to bring life to your walls and enhance the beauty of your environment.
Vertical Living Gallery by Sansiri and Shma

The chequered facade of this Bangkok showroom by architects Sansiri and landscape architects Shma is half glass and half living plants. The bushy native plants sprout from hollow trapezium-shaped panels on two faces of the building. Named the Vertical Living Gallery, the showroom houses a gallery and offices for the sale of apartments. Vertical louvres

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Huynh Binh
On levels 13 & 28, are small pockets of sky terraces that feel voluminous due to its height. The sky gardens are surrounded by green walls up to 10metres tall, this furthers add to the tranquillity along with the breezy winds. Vertical gardens here helped to soften the hard surfaces of the space. More inspirations on how vertical gardens are used in places with space constraints. Landscape Designs, Outdoor, Garden Design, Exterior, Architecture, Vertical Garden Design, Vertical Gardens, Vertical Garden Wall, Vertical Garden

On levels 13 & 28, are small pockets of sky terraces that feel voluminous due to its height. The sky gardens are surrounded by green walls up to 10metres tall, this furthers add to the tranquillity along with the breezy winds. Vertical gardens here helped to soften the hard surfaces of the space. More inspirations on how vertical gardens are used in places with space constraints.

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Vertical Green
Jean Nouvel's Sydney towers boast vertical gardens and a huge sunlight reflector | Dezeen Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Green Building, Small Gardens, Vertical Garden, Vertical Gardens, Building Facade, Urban Landscape, Architecture Design

French architect Jean Nouvel teamed up with botanist Patrick Blanc to create this pair of plant-covered Sydney towers that reflect light into their lower levels with a huge cantilevered panel of mirrors. Named One Central Park, the complex is the centrepiece of a AUS$2 billion masterplan in downtown Sydney by developers Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui

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luis servin
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Image 12 of 26 from gallery of Vincent Callebaut Architectures Wins Public Vote for Millennial Vertical Forest Competition. Photograph by Vincent Callebaut Architectures

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Devon Solaris