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Provides current analysis and trends written by eminent industry professionalsIncludes projects divided into key themes such as green façades outdoor and indoor greenwalls and roof gardensThis book is a trailblazer introducing the revolutionary concept of vertical greenspace and showcasing the latest designs by an international group of designers and plannersIllustratesthan 45 innovative case studies which cover a range of topics and technical applications such as current trends environmental benefits classification and planting forms site analysis design and planning installation and maintenanceIncludes analysis of vertical greenspace's environmental benefits as well as tips on classification and planting design and planning and installation and maintenance In the 21st century the architects and designers of urban spaces face great challenges to integrate nature in order to transform 'cement forests' into 'forest cities' Perhaps the best solution is to go green with vertical landscapes More than just a decorative trend this is a means of bringing life and greenery into metropolitan areas by using different framing systems to create compositions of plant life and adapt them to diverse settings including offices factories parking lots hotels and installations within larger parks Enriched by the reflections of the inventive protagonists of this fertile new aesthetic Going Green with Vertical Landscapes is organised by theme and canvases early experiments conducted by famous design companies such as Vo Trong Nghia Architects VTN Fytogreen Australia and RYUICHI ASHIZAWA ARCHITECTS Guidelines for Green Façades and Roof Gardens Introduction Guidelines for Going Green Case StudiesProvides current analysis and trends written by eminent industry professionalsIncludes projects divided into key themes such as green façades outdoor and indoor greenwalls and roof gardensThis book is a trailblazer introducing the revolutionary concept of vertical greenspace and showcasing the latest designs by an international group of designers and plannersIllustratesthan 45 innovative case studies which cover a range of topics and technical applications such as current trends environmental benefits classification and planting forms site analysis design and planning installation and maintenanceIncludes analysis of vertical greenspace's environmental benefits as well as tips on classification and planting design and planning and installation and maintenance In the 21st century the architects and designers of urban spaces face great challenges to integrate nature in order to transform 'cement forests' into 'forest cities' Perhaps the best solution is to go green with vertical landscapes More than just a decorative trend this is a means of bringing life and greenery into metropolitan areas by using different framing systems to create compositions of plant life and adapt them to diverse settings including offices factories parking lots hotels and installations within larger parks Enriched by the reflections of the inventive protagonists of this fertile new aesthetic Going Green with Vertical Landscapes is organised by theme and canvases early experiments conducted by famous design companies such as Vo Trong Nghia Architects VTN Fytogreen Australia and RYUICHI ASHIZAWA ARCHITECTS Guidelines for Green Façades and Roof Gardens Introduction Guidelines for Going Green Case StudiesProvides current analysis and trends written by eminent industry professionalsIncludes projects divided into key themes such as green façades outdoor and indoor greenwalls and roof gardensThis book is a trailblazer introducing the revolutionary concept of vertical greenspace and showcasing the latest designs by an international group of designers and plannersIllustratesthan 45 innovative case studies which cover a range of topics and technical applications such as current trends environmental benefits classification and planting forms site analysis design and planning installation and maintenanceIncludes analysis of vertical greenspace's environmental benefits as well as tips on classification and planting design and planning and installation and maintenance In the 21st century the architects and designers of urban spaces face great challenges to integrate nature in order to transform 'cement forests' into 'forest cities' Perhaps the best solution is to go green with vertical landscapes More than just a decorative trend this is a means of bringing life and greenery into metropolitan areas by using different framing systems to create compositions of plant life and adapt them to diverse settings including offices factories parking lots hotels and installations within larger parks Enriched by the reflections of the inventive protagonists of this fertile new aesthetic Going Green with Vertical Landscapes is organised by theme and canvases early experiments conducted by famous design companies such as Vo Trong Nghia Architects VTN Fytogreen Australia and RYUICHI ASHIZAWA ARCHITECTS Guidelines for Green Façades and Roof Gardens Introduction Guidelines for Going Green Case Studies