Greenery concept has become more and more popular nowadays. People have been realized about the impact of global warming. No wonder many designers concern about this fact too. A garden outside the house is just a common thing. But an Indoor Vertical Wall Garden might also be a perfect choice especially if you don`t have enough space in your home. There are so many kind and examples of Indoor Vertical Wall Garden. You may take a look at some unique indoor gardens below.
Green Fortune has integrated greenery – called plantwall – in interior space. Without losing floor space, you can have this vertical indoor garden inside your house. You can also adjust the size and plants. No need to worry about the irrigation system and fertilizer because they all well managed and controlled automatically.
Another example of a remarkable vertical indoor garden could be seen in the entrance of the new office building of AstraZeneca. Designed by Michael Hellgren, a Swedish vertical garden designer, this indoor garden has two plantwalls opposite to each other that create a peaceful passage.
You may see the picture above as a painting or an optical illusion, but it is actually an indoor vertical garden. The size of this magnificent indoor garden is 8 x 6 meters. Patrick Blanc, a botanist and artist who invented the concept of a vertical garden, created it for National Concert Hall in Taipei, Taiwan. Blanc believes that the benefits of living walls include increasing humidity and purifying the air in indoor spaces and moderating temperatures and noise when used outside buildings.
These indoor gardens might be the most familiar for you. Located in Changi Airport Singapore, the orchid garden displays more than 15 unique species of the flower, and the rooftop cactus garden is also quite unique.