The LED-lit Vermilion Sands temporary installation is a living canopy made from 260 pyramid-shaped modules covered in vegetation. Designed by Matthew Soules Architecture for a summer arts festival on West Vancouver's waterfront, the structure brings hydro-seeding and use of geotextile fabric to another level. Inspired by the title of JG Ballard's collection of short stories, the structure aims to combine the "artificial" with the "natural".  The installation, which won the Community Choice…

The LED-lit Vermilion Sands temporary installation is a living canopy made from 260 pyramid-shaped modules covered in vegetation. Designed by Matthew Soules Architecture for a summer arts festival on West Vancouver's waterfront, the structure brings hydro-seeding and use of geotextile fabric to another level. Inspired by the title of JG Ballard's collection of short stories, the structure aims to combine the "artificial" with the "natural". The installation, which won the Community Choice…

The Perez art museum, Sculpture Park, and restored plant communities in Miami is absolutely beautiful. It has 80 planted hanging columns, exceptional lighting, beautiful sculptures and plant arrangements. It also has the illustrious natural beauty of the port of Miami. A place like this exudes serenity and even if it is just for a second, can make you forget all of your worries and truly breathe in you're surroundings

The Perez art museum, Sculpture Park, and restored plant communities in Miami is absolutely beautiful. It has 80 planted hanging columns, exceptional lighting, beautiful sculptures and plant arrangements. It also has the illustrious natural beauty of the port of Miami. A place like this exudes serenity and even if it is just for a second, can make you forget all of your worries and truly breathe in you're surroundings

Insulating veil of plants envelops stunning Vallarta House in Mexico | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

Insulating veil of plants envelops stunning seaside home in Mexico

Insulating veil of plants envelops stunning Vallarta House in Mexico | Inhabitat - Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building

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