Looks like my new succulents got a nice shower.
A stunning design structure.
Instead of the traditional waiting shed, designers from Iosa Ghini Associati have created the South Face, a shade-like architectural installation made of insulated modular walls that face the south. The wall is composed of hollow panels that are made from eco-cement and quarry substrates. These components are known to have the ability to accommodate thick, lush foliage, and because of this, the eco-façade forms a vertical garden that is responsible for absorbing carbon dioxide and eventually uses it to insulate the façade’s enclosed environment. The South Face has inviting built-in seating areas wherein passersby are invited and encouraged stop by and relax.
via i green spot
knitted garden, cont’d. on Flickr.
Derek had an idea for a modified pocket — it’s completely enclosed with the plants affixed through the yarn. The pocket on the right was the first and I knitted a garter frame in the middle. I fiddled around with the second and the plants enter the pocket via a three stitch knitted buttonhole.
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