This house in Costa Rica was made with 2 shipping containers, a bit of imagination and $40,000.

This house in Costa Rica was made with 2 shipping containers, a bit of imagination and $40,000.

This house in Costa Rica was made with 2 shipping containers, a bit of imagination and $40,000.

This house in Costa Rica was made with 2 shipping containers, a bit of imagination and $40,000.

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SHAPE OF A LEAF: Henderson Centre: Photosynthesis performed by a building.

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SHAPE OF A LEAF: Henderson Centre: Photosynthesis performed by a building.

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SHAPE OF A LEAF: Henderson Centre: Photosynthesis performed by a building.

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SHAPE OF A LEAF: Henderson Centre: Photosynthesis performed by a building.

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SHAPE OF A LEAF: Henderson Centre: Photosynthesis performed by a building.

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SHAPE OF A LEAF: Henderson Centre: Photosynthesis performed by a building.

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SHAPE OF A LEAF: Henderson Centre: Photosynthesis performed by a building.

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SHAPE OF A LEAF: Henderson Centre: Photosynthesis performed by a building.

This house in Costa Rica was made with 2 shipping containers, a bit of imagination and $40,000.

This house in Costa Rica was made with 2 shipping containers, a bit of imagination and $40,000.

Malator, an eco-house with incredible views.

Malator, an eco-house with incredible views.

Living Pavilion is a “low-tech and low-impact” architectural installation, consisting almost entirely of milk crates and natural flora. Similar to a green wall, the plants were inserted into the milk crates to provide a “synthesis of form, structure, light and life”, composed mainly of hanging plants.  This construction communicates the ethics of reuse, recycling and re-purposing, educating members of the public passing quietly on the ease and accessibility of sustainable design.

Living Pavilion is a “low-tech and low-impact” architectural installation, consisting almost entirely of milk crates and natural flora. Similar to a green wall, the plants were inserted into the milk crates to provide a “synthesis of form, structure, light and life”, composed mainly of hanging plants. This construction communicates the ethics of reuse, recycling and re-purposing, educating members of the public passing quietly on the ease and accessibility of sustainable design.

Living Pavilion is a “low-tech and low-impact” architectural installation, consisting almost entirely of milk crates and natural flora. Similar to a green wall, the plants were inserted into the milk crates to provide a “synthesis of form, structure, light and life”, composed mainly of hanging plants. Because of its technical ingenious construction, the installation can be easily removed.

Living Pavilion is a “low-tech and low-impact” architectural installation, consisting almost entirely of milk crates and natural flora. Similar to a green wall, the plants were inserted into the milk crates to provide a “synthesis of form, structure, light and life”, composed mainly of hanging plants. Because of its technical ingenious construction, the installation can be easily removed.

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