subtilitas:

Adamo-Faiden - 3260 apartment building, Buenos Aires 2011. Photos (C) Cristobal Palma

posted on 14.08.22

(Source: futurebydesign)

posted on 14.04.11

Milroy Perera Associates have recently unveiled their plans for Clearpoint Tower in Sri Lanka. When completed, the luscious 46-story building will be the world’s tallest residential vertical garden. But it’s not just about looks; designed with the help of Mäga Engineering, the building focuses on sustainable initiatives, using the exterior vegetation to minimize solar heat gain and provide a sound buffer. As a result, the need for air conditioning is reduced, with extra energy provided by rooftop solar panels. Lastly, the need for water is satisfied via an efficient automated drip irrigation system.”

-http://architizer.com/blog/oh-the-places-we-will-grow/

posted on 14.03.19

archimodels:

© studio meek - living pavement - 2012

archimodels:

© studio meek - living pavement - 2012

posted on 14.01.07

fabriciomora:

Antonia Besa Lehman

posted on 13.11.17

architectureofdoom:

Sithowati House, Adi Purnomo, Jakarta

architectureofdoom:

Sithowati House, Adi Purnomo, Jakarta

(Source: cardboardreality)

posted on 13.09.20

posted on 13.08.30

magicalnaturetour:

Ecohabs - Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, ColombiaSource

magicalnaturetour:

Ecohabs - Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia

Source

posted on 13.08.12

tempohouse:

Emilio Ambasz. A+U Special Edition (April 1993) 1986: 25

tempohouse:

Emilio Ambasz. A+U Special Edition (April 1993) 1986: 25

posted on 13.07.10

ghrebaahd:

Hotel-as-garden in Singaporeأحد الفنادق فى سنغافورة

ghrebaahd:

Hotel-as-garden in Singapore

أحد الفنادق فى سنغافورة

posted on 13.07.02

dezeen:

Green Box by act_romegialli

Photography by Marcello Mariana

posted on 13.05.17

(Source: josephjamessss)

posted on 13.03.26

urbangreens:

Green house, Rome by andrylik
via evoke

urbangreens:

Green house, Rome by andrylik

via evoke

posted on 13.03.17

quiteaspectacle:

the grade-II listed dunboyne road estate, camden, by camden council architects department (neave brown). designed 1966, built 1971-77.

quiteaspectacle:

the grade-II listed dunboyne road estate, camden, by camden council architects department (neave brown). designed 1966, built 1971-77.

posted on 13.01.24

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