For lazy plants
The picNYC Table from Haiko Cornelissen Architecten.
“Suddenly, spilling water becomes a necessity instead of a problem and wine glasses need coasters not to prevent ring stains but to avoid tumbling.”
The vegetation is very much alive, meaning the table requires constant care, but the reward is invaluable: All the picnic with none of the ants.
Eat every meal on grass! I love it
Garden in a driveway.
via How to Garden Anywyere | Sunset.com. Photo: Thomas J. Story
I love driveways like this. Why not fill all the unused space with greenery??
I want a patio like this
by French interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch via Architectural Digest
“For all of us urban dwellers who crave indoor greenery but find ourselves a bit short on space, here’s a great solution that requires almost no square footage: Joost Bakker’s Schiavello Vertical Gardens. The steel-frame interior plant system was designed on a grid that allows numerous plants to be stacked vertically in columns or walls- providing the perfect backdrop for any office or apartment that needs and extra bit of greening but can’t afford the space required for them (when you can’t build out, build up!).”
“The Plant Room is a ‘a prefabricated room that bolts-on to a variety of existing apartment types, improving the quality of living, reducing energy and water use, and generally making the building more sustainable…
‘It provides hot water for one occupant and a healthy growing space for herbs, fruit and vegetables all year round. It also offers a worm farm, a rainwater tank, an outdoor space and an enclosed room.”