Passive Design for This House Updated on December 15th, 2016 Follow 1001Gardens This green-screen acts as a natural light filter and is supported by the curving facade.Hideo kumaki architect office Tags: Japan, Travel, Urban Gardening, Vertical Garden 4K Shares Pin3K Share451 Tweet +1105 Email Related Posts Garden in Angola February 13, 2013 What to Do in the Garden during the Winter? December 23, 2016 Pallet Planter and Sandbox May 20, 2013 11 Comments Pablo Braga Hanna Pomar, nossa parede do fundo… *-* Reply Shweta Joshi lovely Reply PS This gives me an idea for my new home! Thanks… My front yard will be full sun so I’ll use natural green leaf cover during spring/summer then the leaves fall after Winter giving much needed warmth. Reply Judy Evans LOVE it! Reply Climate-Changed Pretty! Reply Dawn Vaughn What plant is used to make this screen? It looks great but I could see a bridge for ants to get in. Reply ECO - Diseños excelente Reply Sal Geeves Beats ugly shade cloth Reply Dana Benjamin I love this idea for any home. You can train your greenery to go where you like. I assume you would want an evergreen vine so you could maintain it all year. Great idea! Reply Katrin Heimgartner-Blatnik Manfred, das wär’s doch, oder? ? Reply Antje Proske Marcus für unser Haus ❤? ReplyAdd Comment Cancel reply Yes, add me to your mailing list.