Lavish Gardens Sprout Up on Luxury Penthouse Roofs
Luxury homeowners living in urban penthouses and terraces are installing bespoke greenscapes as carefully curated—and sometimes as costly—as art collections.
(Source: The Wall Street Journal)
158 Cecil Street in Singapore. Green architecture at its finest, incorporating vertical gardens into the design to breathe new life into the building and create beautiful, meaningful space throughout the structure.
Architect Michael Pawlyn is one of the designers behind the Eden Project, a cluster of biodomes built in a 160-year-old clay quarry in Cornwall, England. Together, these biodomes house thousands of plant species from all over the world.
For the Eden Project, Pawlyn’s team studied the structure of honeycomb. dragonfly wings, and bubbles.
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