Evergreen, Living with Plants


Inspirational book for lovers of flowers and plants

> Wonderful images of plants, flowers and interiors
> Reports of international projects
> Tips to get started


Evergreen – Living with Plants

Dispel gardening angst and warmly welcome plants into your home. Evergreen’s selection of viridescent projects will certainly inspire. Straightforward plans and examples illustrate how to transform unused spaces, both indoors and out, into flourishing and functional oases.

From rooftop gardens to flora-laden balconies, flowers and plants bestow warm grace to unconventional and indoor spaces. Private paradises nestled in the backyards of homes. Rooftops that act as community gardens. Edible patches of beauty hidden within city blocks. Evergreen shows the green aesthetic statement that allows city dwellers to bring nature back into the every day and quenches urban gardening desires.

Living with plants is mutually beneficial. Beyond the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen, leaves, flowers, and stems bring a warm and individual charisma to any space. From interior decorations to citywide projects, Evergreen invites both community and individual to nurture their green thumb and create a horticultural paradise.

With projects of: Greenhouse Living (Netherlands), Paris Texas Antwerp (Belgium), Roderick Vos (Netherlands), Thierry Boutemy (Belgium), Atelier 2+ (Thailand), Atelier Botanico (Brazil), Ateliers Jean Nouvel (France), Arthouse Gallery (Australia), Azuma Makoto AMKK (Japan), The Balcony Gardener (United Kingdom), Bloomage Daydream (Germany), Botany (United Kingdom), Cactus Store (United States), Campana (Brazil), Carmen Almon (United States), Casa Goia (Brazil), CollectiveProject (India), Emma Perry Photography (Australia), Feldman Architecture (United States), Ferm Living (Denmark), Gang and the Wool (Spain), Green Fingers (Japan), Grown & Gathered (Australia), Haarkon Plants (United Kingdom), Hong Kong Value Farm (Hong Kong), James Corner Field Operations (United States), Kaktus København (Denmark), Kråkvik&D’Orazio (Norway), labofem (Turkey), Living Inside (Italy), Lobsters and Swan (United Kingdom), Loose Leaf (Australia), Lorenzo Pennati (Italy), Lucas Foglia (United States), Luciano Pia (Italy), Mary Barensfeld Architecture (United States), Mary Lennox (Germany), MIA Design Studio (Vietnam), Mork Ulnes Architects (United States), mpgmb (Canada), Müz Botanik & Kahve (Turkey), The Petaler SF (United States), Polyform Arkitekter (Denmark), Pflanzenfreude (Germany), Rebelo de Andrade (Portugal), Samuel Zeller Photography (Switserland), Sebastian Mariscal Studio (United States), Seerosenfarm (Germany), SelgasCano (Spain), Serge Anton (Italy), SPBR Architectos (Brazil), Stadsans (Denmark), Stéphane Margolis (France), Studio Christian Wassmann (United States), Studio E.O (Sweden), Swallows & Damsons (United Kingdom), Team-Lab CO., Ltd. (Japan), Terremoto (United States), Thomas Brown (United Kingdom).

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Weight 1,739 kg
Dimensions 30 × 24 cm







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