Patrick Blanc, botanist and artist, is world famous as the inventor of the Vertical Garden This new, updated edition of his book, The Vertical Garden, includes his latest achievements and projects, which are bolder than ever Nobody is familiar than Blanc with the secrets of the plants, from all over the world, that live on almost nothing, in the most unlikely situations, carpeting the forest understory in semi darkness or clinging to rocky cliff faces From Paris to Bangkok, from New York to Singapore, Blanc invites nature to flourish on the walls of museums, shopping malls, private homes, big hotels, and skyscrapers His works have brought a breath of fresh air to urban environments, changing our view of the cityscape, orchestrating and bringing art into the heart of the city, transforming concrete walls into refuges for biodiversity 465 color illustrations...
|Title||:||The Vertical Garden: From Nature to the City (Revised and Updated)|
|Publisher||:||W W Norton Revised and Updated edition April 23, 2012|
|Number of Pages||:||208 pages|
|File Size||:||681 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Vertical Garden: From Nature to the City (Revised and Updated) Reviews
Well worth the price. Beautiful photos, great advice/how-tos. The author is a genious. I will definitely use this to create my own wall garden.
great, lots of info and photos
Beautiful book about this magnificent way of bringing nature to the architecture. The only thing that I missed in this book is more explanation on how this living walls are built.
Especially interesting if you have seen some of these installations
This book is to die for. I'm trying not to drool all over it; way too nice a book for that, but it is just unreal. The photos are glorious, the background info on his research and methods fascinating. I want to find all of his walls and go see them and start making my own!
found vertical gardening to be a new source of inspiration. planting info very helpful. plan on trying a few vertical plantings soon.
It's a coffee table book of pretty pictures, slick but almost useless for a DIY or learning much about it.