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

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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

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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.

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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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