This one is from Singapore & it includes almost 100 panels.
Grass planted on roof of Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.
To celebrate the launch of a new website www.letsgreenthiscity.com these sofas were arranged in San Francisco.
(Image credit: Funforever).
Another high-profile installation by Blanc is at the CaixaForum Madrid by Herzog & De Meuron.
A fresh salad billboard using grass:
The National's Lyttelton fly tower in grass by Ackroyd & Harvey. The grass was planted into clay layered onto the concrete tower, & watered. It was a timed.
Another artwork of Heather Ackroyd & Dan Harvey.
This sculpture was created as a part of Eden Project.
The carpet of grass which was grown was later floated in the lake at Akerby Sculpture Park, Sweden.
The National Theatre of the Palais du Chaillot, Paris:
Tiger Grass Coat:
Doesn't a car wrapped by grass fascinate? Here are a few very interesting vehicles wrapped in astroturf & even real grass. More.
Green roofs add natural beauty to a landscape that is increasingly dominated by concrete & pavement.
Here is the gallery.
Interesting Grass Sculptures:
These grass sculptures looks very creative & seems as some kind of art:
Sculptures near the intersection of Stanford Avenue & Junipero Serra Boulevard by artist Tom Otterness.
Custom Painted Bikes.
All Are Not Born Equal.
Which Limo Would You Pick.
How To Be Invisible On Streets.
Swimming Pools You Love To Get In.
May 21, 2008
Vertical gardens are very popular these days. And for growing these, all you need is a metal support, PVC & grass felt, & its not that difficult as it looks. Patrick Blanc is a well-known vertical garden architect & this is his work: