Michael Herrman, principal of French studio Ateliers Michael Herrman recently renovated a duplex apartment in a late 18th century building for him and his family.
Located in the eighth-arrondissement of Paris, France, the now 1,500 square foot, three bedroom apartment features a clear glass floor above the dining area to bring daylight to both levels.
Its exterior is dominated by an assortment of Iberian and Mediterranean plants, providing color and texture to an otherwise minimalist design.
Michael Morris, principal of Morris Partnership, designed this inner house for his own family.
Located in Richmond, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, the three bedroom, three bathroom residence offers a lifestyle of modern elegance.
The house also feature a 2,500 bottle cellar, lift access to each level of the home, dedicated gallery spaces and a private central courtyard flooded with north light.
Since 2004, Swedish company Vertical Garden Design, has focused on the design aspect of vertical gardens to offer projects that stand out from the average range.
Created by Michael Hellgrzen, a Swedish architect, the company involves a continuous effort to increase the knowledge about suitable plants in order to create gardens for a wide range of locations and climates.
Here’s a few examples of Vertical Garden Design’s work in Europe.