Planet has been swallowed by the concrete of enormous metropolises. One of the ways to fight back and evoke the beauty that nature holds can be found within the 288 pages of the book titled “Evergreen Architecture: Overgrown Buildings and Greener Living”. Published by Gestalten, for the price of $60, you’ll get 288 pages full of ideas and tricks on how to design green roofs, living walls, indoor courtyards, and entire facades filled with plants. As it may seem to be a great solution, it poses a lot of problems as well. You can learn about keeping moss-covered walls alive, or even the physics of hundreds of trees weighing on atop the skyscraper. Jungle Architecture analyses rural and urban structures that have any or many connections to their surrounding environments. Super exciting!
There’s never enough of green nature around us
The doogo’s in the serenity of his own
Gaze upon the most intriguing architectural achievements that implement green Nature at their core
Learn the secrets to keep moss-covered walls alive and much more
Get inspired by the strange and beautiful
The green wonders