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
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.
Completed in 2018 in Amphoe Pak Kret, Thailand. Images by Chalermwat Wongchompoo. The building is more like their ‘Life Gallery’ than the house. Their lifestyle required space that exhibit their memories of traveling and their love...
Soaring five stories high, Natural Habitats has completed New Zealand’s tallest exterior green walls for the St Mark’s luxury apartments in Remuera, Auckland. The project has also earned New Zealand’s first Homestar Innovation Point from the New Zealand Green Building Council. The series of three green walls is one of the largest green walls in […]