streda 26. decembra 2012

Natura Towers, Lisbon, Portugal

Photo by: photo: Vertical Garden Design
Swedish landscape architect Michael Hellgren’s vertical garden of about 300 species of plants covers three walls of the public square outside of the new headquarters of Doctors Without Borders. This picture shows the wall that gets the least amount of sun and is covered in ferns (Asplenium, Athyrium, Pteris and Polystichu), broad-leaved plants (Begonia, Pilea) and thin-leaved plants (Iris japonica and some types of Chlorophytum comosum).

Hellgren’s indoor vertical garden, installed in the lobby of the Doctors Without Borders headquarters, has a more tropical feel—it features exotic plants like Philodendron 'Burle Marx,' Philodendron giganteum, King Anthuriums, and a running waterfall.


Žiadne komentáre:

Zverejnenie komentára