House in Travessa do Patrocinio by Madalena Rebelo de Andrade + Raquel Jorge + Carlos Ruas& Tiago Moniz | Portugal

House in Travessa de Patrocinio by Luís Rebelo de Andrade + Tiago Rebelo de Andrade + Manuel Cachão Tojal I find this pretty interesting. The green-part fits into the architecture rather than an add-on.

Biological concrete for moss-covered walls by Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya | Barcelona.

Simulation of a vegetated facade at the Aeronautical Cultural Centre in El Prat de Llobregat > Researchers develop "biological concrete" for moss covered walls

Stacking Green by Vo Trong Nghia architects | Vietnam

Stacking Green by Vo Trong Nghia. A dozen layers of concrete planters create a vertical garden on the facade of this house in Ho Chi Minh City by Vietnamese architects Vo Trong Nghia Architects.

PARKROYAL on Pickering by WOHA | Singapore

PARKROYAL on Pickering Hotel in Singapore has the coolest sky gardens. Designed by WOHA Architects. PARKROYAL on Pickering Hotel in Singapore has the coolest sky gardens. Designed by WOHA A

Firma Casa by the Campana brothers  and SuperLimão Studio | São Paulo

Firma Casa Store, by SuperLimão Studio + Campana Brothers, São Paulo, Facade covered with thousands of plant-filled vases

The Oasis of Aboukir green wall  by Patrick Blanc

The inventor of green walls Patrick Blanc has created the Oasis of Aboukir green wall with waves of 7600 plants, unveiled at Paris Design Week.

House by Brussels Samyn and Partners, plant-covered wall by French botanical artist Patrick Blanc | Brussels

House near Brussels by architect Samyn and Partners. Glass wall at the front. Plant-covered wall by French botanical artist Patrick Blanc at the back.

Green Box by act_romegialli

commovente: “ Act Romegialli Architects built the ‘Green box’ as the renovation of a small disused garage, an accessory to a weekend house situated on the slopes of the Raethian Alps. A structure.

Green wall by Gary Grant | London

The Rubens at the Palace Hotel in Victoria, London, has unveiled the city’s largest “living wall” – a vertical landscape, composed of 16 tons of soil and plants, designed to reduce urban flooding.

Casa CorMAnca by Paul Cremoux Studio

Casa CorMAnca / PAUL CREMOUX studio, Mexico City: continuous interior/exterior, continuous vertical, on a small site.

Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry by Chartier-Corbasson Architectes

Chambre Régionale de Commerce et d’Industrie Région Picardie - Amiens, Франция - 2012 - Karine Chartier

One Central Park by Jean Nouvel teamed up with botanist Patrick Blanc | Sidney

Jean Nouvel’s Sydney Towers French architect Jean Nouvel teamed up with botanist Patrick Blanc to create this pair of plant-covered Sydney towers that reflect light into their lower levels with a huge.

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