Top 10 Hot List, 10 Categories, 10 Week Countdown
Take a look at installation number six in my 10-part series counting down our yearly “Greenroofs.com Top 10 List of Hot Trends in Greenroof & Greenwall Design” by category.
We inaugurated the “Top 10 Hot List” in 2007, and 2018 is packed with some very cool, awesome, and stunning projects located across six continents.
I presented my fast-paced and always fun whirlwind tour across the world of living architecture in New York in September at the 2018 CitiesAlive conference. In order to try and keep to my 30-minute maximum presentation time, I removed several projects and slides, but I’m going to show them all here in this series.
Are you ready to be dazzled and inspired by some of the latest and greatest living architecture projects from across the global greenroof and greenwall industry?
I’ve already shown #10, 9, 8, 7, & 6 – here’s the next one:
2018 Top 10 Hot List Category #5: Lushly Landscaped ‘Fractalized’ Terrace Towers
Volumes stagger in and out in these high in the sky garden terraces that enhance the area by bringing pleasure to the owners and providing some needed grounding with vegetation!
The tall greenwall will be stunning and will set off the individual planted balconies, and the top roof deck will put the green icing on this cake of a vertical neighborhood!
What better way to build up than to incorporate “hanging gardens” for the enjoyment of all!
Tel Aviv Arcades
Such a fantastic rhythm of sunny garden terraces and secluded private balconies the architect has woven into the Bauhaus style arcades!
Next Week: #4
That’s it for this week. I hope you enjoyed category #5. Read Greenroofs.com’s 2018 Top 10 List of Hot Trends in Greenroof & Greenwall Design Press Release to learn about all 10 categories.
Join me next week where I’ll present 2018 Top 10 Hot List category #4: Living Architecture Ecosystem Services: Blending Biophilia Seamlessly with the User Experience.
Please do send me suggestions for next year’s Top 10 at [email protected]oofs.com.
Love the Earth, Plant a Roof or Wall ~ Linda S. Velazquez, ASLA, LEED AP, GRP