trends - woody plants in containers....A great entry pathway that would lead to the backyard.

Garden Trends: Woody Plants in Containers

| DETAILS | Photo Credit:  #StackingHouse / #HsuyuanKuoArchitect&Associates | Lovely exterior detailing

Gallery of Stacking House / Hsuyuan Kuo Architect & Associates - 18

Image 18 of 34 from gallery of Stacking House / Hsuyuan Kuo Architect & Associates. Photograph by Jin-Ming Zheng

Zelena stena, ki omejuje vrtni prostor pričara sproščenost in ugodje. Kombinacija lesa (podest in stena) daje občutek topline.

The biggest trend we are seeing at the moment are 'green walls' or vertical gardens in interior as well as exterior spaces. Here are some my favorite inspirations as well as my own work—enjoy and go green!

The living wall at the Singapore Institute of Technology & Education - images courtesy of Victor Tan, Elmich

Visions of the Future // The living wall at the Singapore Institute of Technology & Education - images courtesy of Victor Tan, Elmich

Boutique office at 48 North canal road in Singapore by WOHA Architects

Gallery of 48 North Canal Road / WOHA - 1

WOHA Architects worked on this recent project at 48 N Canal Road in Singapore. The project includes boutique office spaces and the reconstruction of two shops and an atrium (seen from the exterior in the photo).

University building featuring a facade of concrete slabs and tree-filled balconies.

Vo Trong Nghia's chequerboard university building underway in Vietnam

Vietnamese design firm Vo Trong Nghia Architects started construction on FPT University& administrative building, a structure with a green checkerboard facade in Vietnam.

The Bio Hotel boasts a beautiful living facade, solar energy generation and storage systems, as well as efficient wastewater management and gray water recycling. The recycled water will be used to irrigate the hotel’s plantings and public green spaces. The materials and wood are sustainably sourced and harvested, and all rooms received ample natural light.

Colombian Bio Hotel Boasts a Beautiful Living Facade

OLMC Parramatta Janet Woods Building using stainless steel mesh to provide structure for Green Facade - 2014 NSW Architecture Awards shortlist | ArchitectureAU. See http://www.ronstantensilearch.com/project-gallery/all-projects/landscape-greening/ for other inspiring greening projects from Ronstan Tensile Architecture

Green sanctuary: OLMC Parramatta Janet Woods Building using stainless steel mesh to provide structure for Green Facade - 2014 NSW Architecture Awards shortlist

Grey water reuse - - Colombian Bio Hotel Boasts a Beautiful Living Facade

Colombian Bio Hotel Boasts a Beautiful Living Facade

Colombian Bio Hotel Boasts a Beautiful Living Facade Bio Hotel – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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