Flora Grubb vertical gardens

Woolly Pocket Flora Grubb Gardens 1

DIY vertical gardens by Flora Grubb. Above is the Woolly Pocket with plans like philodendrons, begonia, ferns, and wire vine and following the Thigmotrope Satellite, a screw-in metal holder for tillandsias (air plants)

Thigmotrope Satellite  Flora Grubb Gardens 3

Thigmotrope Satellite  Flora Grubb Gardens 2

Thigmotrope Satellite  Flora Grubb Gardens 4

Vertical Landscape – between art and architecture

An artistic display of white synthetic fiber netting created by japanese artist/architect Ryo Yamada is located in Sapporo, Japan. Sited inside the upper level exterior courtyard of a historical building, the installation responds to open air conditions. Fifty eight square pillars measuring 3.6 meters in height, covering an area of 600m2 are suspended from a horizontal plane of synthetic fabric.