Office building in Japan has aluminum paneled facade with plants growing through
via Green Cast by Kengo Kuma and Associates - Dezeen
An art installation of green plants growing on the wall of the building next to the CaixaForum Madrid — a modern art gallery — In Madrid, Spain. The living wall was created by french botanist Patrick Blanc
5/13/13 #urbanfarm #roof #Brooklyn #farm
The High Line
I can’t love the High Line enough
House on the outskirts of Brussels with plant-covered wall by French botanical artist Patrick Blanc
Vertical green flowering wall Musee du Quai Branly in Paris
Photo taken by evigglade.blogspot.com
A jungle of bushy ferns and sprouting begonias fills the windows of this Barcelona boutique.
‘Breathing Architecture’ Exhibition by WOHA
If they can engineer some plants to thrive in this environment, the benefits to city air quality would be tremendous.
From a recent tour we took of NYC’s Dept of Parks green-roof test plots on the 5-boro building.
Just a fun and creative little planter I saw in Brooklyn last night.
Beautiful! I’ve not seen this park before
Porsche’s New U.S. Headquarters and Customer Experience Center by HOK
This can be a smarter move than covering your roof in solar panels. The startup cost is less (more and more state & local government are expiring their solar panel subsidies), and the heating / cooling savings are quite significant.