The home consists of two main parts: The Tea House dates to the early 1900s and is not winterized; The Fox House, built in 2007, is winterized. During the construction of The Fox House, trees on the forest edge were damaged or removed, which left others in the interior vulnerable to wind.
More and more Architects discover the advantages of Living Walls to make a building more sustainable. Facade greening has the same benefits as Green Roofs, the Living Walls can help to cool a building in summer and keep it warmer in winter.
Working in a green environment has many advantages for businesses, from one-man businesses to multinationals, where the investment in green soon may have a positive effect on the operating result of your company.
Los Angeles based artist Stephen Glassman has this great idea to turn old Billboards into lushy gardens. The artist wants to create living cloud forests and by doing this creating some breathing space for the car-drivers . For URBANFLORA only one thing is important ” more green in the city” and this is another example… Lees meer Urban Air turns Billboards into “Living Cloud Forest”.
This house build in 2012 has great plant-features , the first great green wall is the front of this Residential Single Family House. The green walls are perfect for the climate-control of the house, in the summer they absorb sunlight and keep the house cool.The spaces in this Box-house are all connected by one staircase… Lees meer The Travessa Vertical Garden Home.
The Green House is a project by Architect Hiren Patel . Sustainability is the main principle of this home build in Gujarat,India. This project has many eco-friendly technology and architectural features.Ramp leads to formal living room amidst frangipani unlike other houses in area. Dining space-facing ‘Buddha Court’ connects formal living space and Family room.… Lees meer The Green House in Gujarat , India.