Architectural designs that focus on humans and nature alike!

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Vertical Gardens, urban farms, sustainable housing are the terms raging this year. And they should be the rage! Climate change and global warming are afflicting our planet this very minute and every step we take in helping combat this issue, it needs to be taken right away. These architects have found a way to do their bit for the world. These buildings focus on creating a greener space that pays as much attention to humans residing in them as to their plant counterparts.  Check out our collection of eco-friendly products that will help you do your bit in saving the planet.

PARK ROYAL on Pickering Hotel by Woha Architects 

Shilda winery in Kakheti, Georgia by X-Architecture 

The Rebel Residence designed by StudioninedotsDelva 

Off The Grid Office by Stefan Mantu 

The Trudo Vertical Forest in Eindhoven, Netherlands, comes with 125 housing units where each apartment will have a surface area of under 50 sq.m. and the exclusive benefit of 1 tree, 20 shrubs, and over 4 sq.m. of terrace space by Stefano Boeri Architetti for Sint-Trudo

Planar House by Studio MK27 – Marcio Kogan + Lair Reis in Porto Feliz, Brazil 

Bert, a conceptual modular treehouse shaped like a tree trunk, with large round windows designed to make it look like the single-eyed character from the film Minions by Studio Precht 

Bamboo nest smart-towers for the future of Paris by Vincent Callebaut 

L’Oasis D’Aboukir (the Oasis of Aboukir) is a 25-meter-high green wall by botanist and researcher Patrick Blanc 

The landscaped A-Frames on the facade of our Hilton Hotel In Hyderabad by Precht 

BIONIC ARCH, A Vertical Forest for the Taichung City Hall by Vincent Callebaut Architectures

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