A Bike Was Added To This Huge Green Wall For A Bit Of Whimsical Fun – Design You Trust

A Bike Was Added To This Huge Green Wall For A Bit Of Whimsical Fun


Hidden within the walls of an old Colonial building in Mexico City, is this large vertical garden, designed by Verde Vertical. This vertical garden is pretty big, measuring in at a total of 180 square meters (1937 square feet).

h/t: contemporist


The building, which is now a restaurant and hotel, wanted to create a space that would improve the environment and add an organic touch to the area.


And if you didn’t notice this special touch in the photos above, there is even a bicycle standing on the green wall.


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