28 Nov '17, 1pm

This Mexico City home is built around a gorgeous vertical garden

uses vegetation to unify its indoor and outdoor spaces. Architecture firm ASP Arquitectura Sergio Portillo introduced terraces, pergolas and an entire room packed with greenery to this apartment occupying the lower level of a residential building in Mexico City. The result is an exotic home that draws nature inside.

Full article: https://inhabitat.com/this-mexico-city-home-is-built-arou...

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