Adding Fresh Hanging Gardens to Residential Architecture

Adding Fresh Hanging Gardens to Residential Architecture

Adding Fresh Hanging Gardens to Residential Architecture

Adding Fresh Hanging Gardens to Residential Architecture



Greenery Curtain House / HGAA. Image © Duc Nguyen

Greenery Curtain House / HGAA. Image © Duc Nguyen

Last month, we looked at the 20 most-visited residential projects featured on ArchDaily during 2020. Spanning four continents and 15 countries, the styles and designs of these projects varied widely, and covered a wide range of different climates, visual contexts, and client needs. However, we noticed a commonality among a select few projects located primarily in Vietnam and Indonesia: the prevalence of hanging gardens and vines. Below, we look into this trend in more detail, discussing how it is used within these specific projects and more generally.

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