Think green and live green

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Man and the planet have been in love since time immemorial. This love is expressed in the present day through hanging gardens on buildings and skyscrapers, through mobile greenhouses and lamps and other plants that can be planted. This love is expressed through various other original solutions that bring beauty and photosynthesis.
The phrase “living green” has been given new meaning in recent years. This trend seeks to incorporate live plants into the living space in every possible way. It is not a fashion fad but an urgent need. The architects and designers of the present are working on a theme to bring to life the primal connection between man and nature. This is how they design green facades for buildings and skyscrapers around the world. This greenery is not only a decoration, it is in the service of sustainable development of the city. It purifies the air around us and regulates temperature.
World designers sometimes compete in the development of ideas for mobile rooftops, vertical gardens, outdoor furniture and accessories, and plant-lighting fixtures.
Architects will incorporate a garden into each interior while designers will design pots that must be paired with plants with their beauty. Sometimes in the modern home country greenery comes down from the ceiling. For this purpose, designers present a hanging glass her-barium that reveals to our eye the (otherwise hidden) beauty of the roots and the hanging flower beds. It is easier to follow new trends in exteriors. Much attention is paid to the design of outdoor fireplaces or small animal housing (bird feeders) that flood the market. Return to nature is a trend that has taken hold in all forms of design and architecture.
Man and the planet have been in love since time immemorial. This love is expressed in the present day through hanging gardens on buildings and skyscrapers, through mobile greenhouses and lamps and other plants that can be planted. This love is expressed through various other original solutions that bring beauty and photosynthesis.
The phrase “living green” has been given new meaning in recent years. This trend seeks to incorporate live plants into the living space in every possible way. It is not a fashion fad but an urgent need. The architects and designers of the present are working on a theme to bring to life the primal connection between man and nature. This is how they design green facades for buildings and skyscrapers around the world. This greenery is not only a decoration, it is in the service of sustainable development of the city. It purifies the air around us and regulates temperature.
World designers sometimes compete in the development of ideas for mobile rooftops, vertical gardens, outdoor furniture and accessories, and plant-lighting fixtures.
Architects will incorporate a garden into each interior while designers will design pots that must be paired with plants with their beauty. Sometimes in the modern home country greenery comes down from the ceiling. For this purpose, designers present a hanging glass Her-barium that reveals to our eye the (otherwise hidden) beauty of the roots and the hanging flower beds. It is easier to follow new trends in exteriors. Much attention is paid to the design of outdoor fireplaces or small animal housing (bird feeders) that flood the market. Return to nature is a trend that has taken hold in all forms of design and architecture.
Photo: https://www.naturalistwallgardens.com/

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