Vertical Indoor Tapestry In A Wide Range Of Project Types.
People want to connect with nature in a natural way, irrespective of the physical or geographical context in which we live. As we disconnect more from the wild we develop techniques and methods, even for a few seconds, that bring nature back to our daily lives.
Many ways to domesticate nature can be seen by noteworthy structures that defy technical restrictions, such as vertical indoor gardens, which have been seen in human history.
Some argue the first vertical gardens in the world are the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. One legend says that, by erecting the rise of tiered gardens supported by stone pillars and platforms full of diverse plants, a king built a pensile paradise. Which looked like a huge Green Mountain, to pleased his queen, who preferred a mountain environment. Whether that is right or not, in the imagination of the human person, there has always been a desire to domesticate nature.
We are today thinking about vertical gardens rather than grandiose wonders of the ancient world as a reflection of our present lifestyles and relationships with nature.
Due to the lack of space, which is a major concern nowadays, vertical indoor Gardens have played an important role in creating natural habitats, even in very small areas. Green walls are simple structures, which keep the temperature comfortable, increase moisture and reduce noise, not to mention the psychological benefits of being close to nature and are known as living walls.
Vertical gardening on the other hand, as Giz de Terra landscape architect Laura Rotter points out, requires attention in particular to ensure durability and functionality. According to the Giz de Terra company’s Laura Rotter, vertical gardening is extremely elegant, and it has a significant visual and biophilic impact on interior surroundings.
Automatic irrigation, according to the architect, is required as it ensures the correct amount of water while taking the individual requirements of the garden into account. An irrigation system without a green wall requires almost daily irrigation and could be a poor investment if damage is done.
In this context, we created a list of modern design projects that include vertical indoor gardens, which proves that any effort, regardless of how small, is worthwhile, to be closer to the environment.
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