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1500m2 vertical garden by Urbanarbolismo

Urbanarbolismo have designed a vertical garden for the Palacio de Congresos Europa (Palace of Congresses Europe) in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. From the designers The city of Vitoria- Gasteiz is recognized internationally for integrating biodiversity and green spaces in the urban architecture. Within the Inside Green Ring Project Urbanarbolismo and Unusualgreen studios have made this green facade to bring the sorrounding ecosystems to the city center. The vertical garde has a total area of 1492m2, of which 1000m2 are an hydroponic vertical garden system f + p and 492m2 are made of climbing plants covering the windows. We have been used more than 33,000 native plants of different varieties from Alava and the Basque Country . The main reason to make the project was to improve energy consumption of the Palace of Congresses, the vertical garden “f + p preplant ” system adds a thermal resistance of 2,644 m2.K / W . This represents a 270% increase on the existing fa

Elegant, Glossy Wave Piano Design Inspired by Waves

A modern piano design, it’s 5-meter long futuristic concept piano inspired by waves. It’s been awhile since we heard from Apostol Tnokovski , this time he submitted his latest project: a beautiful and elegant piano. The combination of the curved glossy black body followed by the two fine-brushed metal legs gives a powerful “out of this world” impression. Although, the concept is not inspired by any modern pop-artist in particular, Tnokovski truly hopes that it will get someone’s attention. Designer : Apostol Tnokovski Tuvie has received “Wave Piano” project from our ‘ Submit A Design ‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication. Elegant, Glossy Wave Piano Design Inspired by Waves is originally posted on Tuvie

What Does the Colour of Your Car Say About You?

What Does the Colour of Your Car Say About You?

Redcliffs House by MAP Architects

MAP Architects designed the Redcliffs House in Christchurch, New Zealand. Architecture by MAP Architects Photography by Lisa Gane .