Located in Singapore, the Willow House is a private residence designed by Guz Architects with a young family in mind. Since there is litter wind in Singapore, the architecture took advantage of its hilltop position and opens up the building plan to make the most of the prevailing breezes. Not only is nature being allowed inside, it is a large part of the building’s aesthetics. Moreover, to relatively dense urban environment of Singapore, designer tried to draw nature in as much as possible – rooftop grass lawn, in-house plant and beautiful garden. Such a nice and fresh place for living!
Look up in any home, office or other indoor environment and the least used space will inevitably be the ceiling. What better place to grow an indoor garden without interrupting your day-to-day living. Defying gravity, the unique upside-down planter allows you to grow planter from ceiling. With unique reservoir that feeds water gradually to the plant’s roots, it not only conserve water but also saves you time. It looks like a prefect options to hang your favorite herbs in kitchen. Check the video at the bottom to find out how it works.
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It is always difficult to have some green at home when you live in a big city. Each inch is full of stuff and the only place left is wall. Maybe that is the reason for the invention of wall planter – bring your wall to life with a stunning hanging garden. Fill these with air plants, succulents, moss, herb or even cutting flowers, you can easily create your own small spheres of botanical wonder. Take a look at the 12 Cool Wall Planters we rounded up for you, and hope it will give you some inspiration to create a breathtaking plant display to your home.
This beautiful house, located 25 miles north of Seattle, has been completely renovated while retaining the spirit of the original house. When you first see it, you will notice there are lots of wood, at least wood texture looking furniture and decoration. Many green materials (such as resin panels, quartz counters, linoleum, low VOC paint, and sustainable wood products) were widely used in the project. High clerestory windows bring natural light deep into the house and motorized operators allow for venting during summer months. Really love the light-filled Master Bedroom and Master Bath, with each space surrounded by glass and views to the forest.