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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.

One 2,700 square-foot house distinguishes itself--and its Lisbon neighborhood--with 1,100 square feet of vertical garden, providing a drab culdesac with a new kind of park. A private residence is also a public amenity. By ADN Garden Design, RA Architectural & Design Studio, & Subvert. #design #interiordesign #interiordesignmagazine #architecture #sustainability #green

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Go green with this vertical garden! We love the sustainability of this living exterior wall in Lisbon, Portugal.

Cet immeuble a été fabriqué avec 1000 portes

Cet immeuble a été fabriqué avec 1000 portes !

South Korean Artist Choi Jeong-Hwa used 1000 brightly colored recycled doors to transform a bland building into an eye-popping visual indulgence. Read more: 1000 Recycled Doors Transform the Facade of a Building in Seoul

Unlike Mr. Ingenhoven, I am not convinced that this is a model of development that can be replicated easily. That's a big honking planter full of a lot of heavy earth, way out on the end of an eleven foot cantilevered balcony. It is stunning to look at, but it is very, very expensive to do.

And the International Highrise Award for 2014 goes to the Bosco Verticale

Lettered walkway at Gardens of the World Berlin. Photo by Stefan Müller.

idea for a lampvjeranski: The Written Garden in Berlin’s Gardens of the World by Agency xplicit GmbHjoan mitchell Untitled, 1970

Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum / Kengo Kuma & Associates

Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum / Kengo Kuma & Associates