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Stacking Green - fonte:dezeen  by Vo-Trong-Nghia

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.

Bioclimatic Architecture II

Currently pending construction in Singapore, the EDITT Tower will be a paragon of "Ecological Design In The Tropics". Designed by TR Hamzah & Yeang and sponsored by the National University of Singapore, the high-rise will boast photovoltaic panels,

Vertical park with climbing plants on steel frame. MFO Park, Oerlikon, Zurich, Switzerland by Burckhardt + Partner and Raderschall Landschaftsarchitekten AG

MFO-Park

raderschallpartner ag-MFO-Park - I could happily sit there all day Feauting plant (Ampelopsis veitchii)

Inverted Water Scraper

6 Ways To Live After Your City Goes Underwater

The Water-Scraper Designed by Malaysian architect Sarly Adre bin Sarkum. The building would generate its own power using wave-power, solar energy and wind power, and has its own farms, including aquaculture and hydroponics farms.

Edward Suzuki Associates have designed a building in Tokyo that features a façade of greenery.

designed-for-life: “Vent Vert by Edward Suzuki Associates Edward Suzuki Associates have designed a building in Tokyo that features a façade of greenery.

Ivor De Wolfe and Kenneth Browne. Civilia. Architectural Press London 1971: 83 | RNDRD A photographic collage for a proposal (1971) for a British New Town with a million people. An own view on utopia

Ivor De Wolfe and Kenneth Browne. Architectural Press London 83 RNDRD A photographic collage for a proposal for a British New Town with a million people.

A large sinuous screen of wood designed by italian practice Cino Zucchi Architects defines a playful visual space at the entrance of the Vedeggio-Cassarate tunnel.

A large sinuous screen of wood designed by italian practice Cino Zucchi Architects defines a playful visual space at the entrance of the Vedeggio-Cassarate tunnel. Pinned to Garden Design - Walls, Fences and Screens by Darin Bradbury.

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