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Minimalist Vertical Garden

August 29th, 2011 | Posted by Lushe in Lushe
A Brisbane couple had a renovated a warehouse that they share with a 2 year old & 2 dogs. The open plan area incorporating a  kitchen, lounge, dining & main entrance was dominated by a 12m white, double height wall that runs the length of the room.

Vertical Gardens Australia

As the wall was shared with the warehouse next door, it was hard to supply water and power to the site. The solution was to install a minimalist vertical garden.

Vertical Gardens Australia

The solution was simple. Mount 9 hidden-fixing floating shelves 23cm x 23cm in white. Each shelf has 1 square white pot with Pothos drapping between the pots.

Vertical Gardens Australia

The shelves are in 2 lines with a staggered, checker board layout. With the “white on white” approach, the single species selection of Pothos really stands out.

Vertical Gardens Australia

The clients are happy to maintain the hand watering regime & there is enough available natural light for the Pothos to thrive.

Vertical Gardens Australia

This wall was installed by Pete Shields.

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