10 vertical gardens that bring a natural element of art to your walls while purifying the air.
Vertical gardens have become much more popular as it seems that horizontal space has been growing smaller and smaller. Living walls can exist both indoors and out making them a great yet unconventional design option for your walls. They not only bring a natural element to a space, but they can easily become works of art in their own right. Plus, they help purify the air we breathe, so it seems like a win-win, right" Take a look at ten walls that have been turned into live vertical gardens for everyone’s viewing pleasure.
Photo courtesy of Patrick Blanc
L?Oasis D?Aboukir is a project by Patrick Blanc in Paris, France where the side of a historic building becomes a mesmerizing vertical garden covered in 7,600 plants from 237 different species.
Photo by Grupo Habita
Located in Mexico City, Downtown Mexico is a boutique hotel designed by Cherem Serrano Arquitectos with an inner courtyard that features this massive living wall. The paisley-like feature brings a modern twist to one of the original walls.
Photo by Kinan Mansour
J.M.Bonfils and Associates designed the mixed use East Village building in Beirut, Lebanon, to include a traditional Lebanese garden but in a modern way ? vertical ? which happens to be much more space efficient.
Photo by Héctor Armanado Herrera
Designed by PAUL CREMOUX studio in Mexico City, Casa CorManca hides a series of layered outdoor spaces that all benefit from this gorgeous vertical garden. The wall features over 4,000 plants which help improve the air quality while increasing the humidity.
Photo by Garry Belinksy
The Del Amo Fashion Center in Torrance, California, is home to this living wall by Habitat Horticulture. The greenery from the walls cascades down into the regular planters below which create spots for visitors to sit and relax while enjoying the green view.
Meristem Design were tasked with designing this vertical g...