admin by Ali Arzouni | 6 Mar 2018
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Green Streets & Public Spaces,Sustainable Recreation

Vertical Pocket Parks

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Example of a vertical pocket park built in Germany, using natural processes to shape trees as a structure.

This idea may easily apply to an urban area or a city centre where space is limited, such as the Vancouver downtown sector.

Trees are grown around a structure and shaped by it, which will be removed once the plants reach maturity and are solid enough to sustain the vertical park creating an elevated area shaded by a green canopy with potential view points depending on the installation.

See more at: www.archdaily.com/800294/platanenkubus-nagold-ludwichoenle

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Rob Barrs Wayblaze on 6th Mar 2018

Nice example Ali, this could even grow fruit I’m guessing