742 plants on walls Contemporary Garage and Shed Design Photos

Feldman Architecture, Inc.
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Mill Valley Cabins
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shade plants, what grows underneath redwoods
rocks and plants under the trees
rooftop planted with succulents and native species.
Photography by Joe FletcherGeneral Contractor: JP Builders, Inc.More:Houzz Tour: Simple Luxury at a Swedish RetreatDirt Optional: Amazing Air Plants for Wall or Tree9 Cooling Rooftop Gardens
“Perfection!” — 661adfjv
Osborne Architects
2 Reviews
Baer Retreat
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Solar panels, living wall, natives - great efficiency! Couldn't ask for anything more!
Simple-shaped structure, ivy on the wall
Plant wall and solar panel to new garage building.
Solar home with a plant side
greenery covering wall
plants along front wall
saltbox with living wall
love the living wall
Green wall...Planted wall...green exterior wall...living wall...Living plant wall...The living wall...The wall...brown walls...living wall
“green garage wall” — kimgriffin521
Osborne Architects
2 Reviews
Baer Retreat
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What plant is growing on the walls and does it do that naturally or do you have to train it to?
How is the planting on the wall achieved?
support for the grass fixed on the wall?
Many little plant in baskets of dirt, designed by Rana Creek Design ranacreekdesign.com
the wall was designed by rana creek- chewck out their website.
The plants make it look so romantic. Lovely!
living wall for our cement wall?
Grow a wall hedgeThere is something oh so appealing about this expansive ‘wall hedge’. Not only does the green foliage help to camouflage a blot-on-the-landscape structure, the planting has a very natural, untamed quality to it, too.
Native plants grow in a living wall designed by Rana Creek on the garage exterior. Bryce Parker garage doors and Il Fanale sconces add to the building's contemporary industrial look.
“Solar retreat for a farm house” — Juanita Murphy
Contemporary Garage And Shed
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potted plants
Cut limestone wall material
Overhang, wall cladding, support
seat wall...stone walls...container plants...glass wall...garage wall...Solid wall man cave...Wall covering
“Colors” — parkerandamy
Wyndhamdesign
Art Shed
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from painting to wrapping presents to potting plants. A glass wall in the main house inspired the shed's Plexiglas roof and wall. The corrugated, ecofriendly plastic's blue tint neutralizes the Santa Barbara sun;
corrugated blue tinted PVC panel as walls and ceiling diffuse the light
Creativity and Style The couple uses the shed to dabble in everything from painting to wrapping presents to potting plants. A glass wall in the main house inspired the shed's Plexiglas roof and wall. The corrugated, ecofriendly plastic's blue tint neutralizes the Santa Barbara sun; the filtered light makes
The couple uses the shed to dabble in everything from painting to wrapping presents to potting plants. A glass wall in the main house inspired the shed's Plexiglas roof and wall. The corrugated, ecofriendly plastic's blue tint neutralizes the Santa Barbara sun; the filtered light makes
“Like it!” — icunchis
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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the plants hanging over the retaining wall- what are they? Love shape
I need to break up the top of a hillside retaining wall like you did. What are the plants that are holding that lovely shape- they almost look like a hedge of some
What is the material and application used for the retention wall? Maintenance?
stacked wood wall with iron inforcment
“Cabin” — bobrfidget
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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Could you kindly tell me what base you used in which to plant this rooftop garden? how deep was your soil ?
what materials do I need and what type of plants?
steps: Once your contractor has installed and water tested the membrane, your roof is ready to be planted. There are two ways to do this: Use a modular system of planted living roof trays.Add soil and plant your roof as though it were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
Once your contractor has installed and water tested the membrane, your roof is ready to be planted. There are two ways to do this: Use a modular system of planted living roof trays. Add soil and plant your roof as though it were a garden in the ground, as shown here.
“Rooftop garden” — Ellen Tsang
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Mill Valley Cabins
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We are currently working with Pride Corner in Connecticut, distributors of LiveRoof to grow and then they have licensed installers of the system and plants.
the sun,” Hook says. “I see the roof as a microcosm of the slopes of Mount Tam. The design became a living mosaic, representing the variety of plants and plant communities on Mount Tam.”
“rooftop” — margielynnj
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