Lush Plants Covers Entire Facade of Cultural Center in Spain

ARQAA Architects have designed the Centro Cultural de Moreda lodated in Asturias, Northern Spain. To mimic the green environment habitat, vertical plants cover the entire facade of this 850 square meter renovation and a glass roof observatory was built to have a great view of the surrounding mountain range.   [via behance]

 

Mediterranean-inspired Sunshine Beach House by Wilson Architects

Wilson Architects have designed the stunning Sunshine Beach House located Sunshine Beach, Queensland, Australia. This mediterranean-inspired and mexican influenced home was completed in 2012. Description by Wilson Architects: The Sunshine Beach House (previously known as the Prell House) was designed by renowned architect Gabriel Poole in 1997. The Mediterranean and Mexican influenced design consisted of a series of living and sleeping spaces around a central courtyard on a steeply sloping site. [...]

 

Attractive Greenwall in Buck O’Neill Builders Office by Jones | Haydu

Architecture studio Jones | Haydu have designed the Offices of Buck O’Neill Builders located in San Francisco, California, USA. This 112 square meter office features an attractive greenwall that frames the meeting room on the second level. Description by Jones | Haydu: A young contractor with a strong belief in green building practices wished to create a new, LEED certified office space for his growing company. Numerous workstations, private office, [...]

 

Maximum Garden House by Formwerkz Architects

Formwerkz Architects have designed the Maximum Garden House located in Singapore, Singapore. This 350 square meter home with its facade covered with lush green wall was completed in 2010. Description by Formwerkz: LANDEDNESS One questions the sense of ‘landed-ness’ in a typically maxed-out envelope of a semi-detached typology. What is usually left over after the building footprint is no more than a slender planting strip on the ground. Hence, one [...]