Wayward Plants is the way forward for landscape architecture. They designed this amazing garden for the Google Campus in London.
The courtyard is wrapped with a handmade moss wall, watered by clever funnels collecting rainwater. And the moss continues, tagging spaces in the walls as Moss Graffiti.
Water saving and measuring is a key element in the garden. It’s not just those rainwater collectors, but also the solar-powered plant thirst detectors that work out how dry the soil is. It’s a technologically-clever garden for a space that serves technologically-clever start-ups.
The garden itself is made of concrete planters filled with woodland plants such as ferns and hellebores. They are perfect in the shady setting, and against the white walls.
This isn’t the only super-cool project that Wayward Plants have designed. Visit their website to see more.
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