Dimensions: 86’w x 12’h
Date Installed: March 2013
Location: San Mateo, CA
Description: A colorful vertical garden greets guests at Bay Meadows Welcome Center, inviting passersby to pause for a moment and enjoy the landscape. The vibrant stretch of greenery flows in rhythm with the surroundings, providing a sense of continuity within the larger gathering space. The living composition mixes lush foliage with purple, pink and white flowers, evoking a sense of spring or summer, while the grass-like Acorus gramineus 'ogon' gives movement to the wall, for a playful homage to the meadow. Photo Credits: Garry Belinsky
Dimensions: 24‘w x 13‘h
Date Installed: Dec 2012
Location: Town Center Corte Madera, 770 Tamalpais Dr, Corte Madera, CA
Description:Marin County’s most endearing icon, Mount Tamalpais, comes alive indoors as a local combination of natural features emulates the surrounding mixed evergreen forest in a living wall. The vertical garden at the new Town Center office reflects a sense of place and invites passersby to enjoy the interplay of stone, vegetation and water like in nearby mountains. Long swathes of vibrant greenery seamlessly transition into a stone wall and then alongside falling water. This multi sensory experience includes a rich contrast in color and fragrances, from a striking magenta 'Red robin' begonia to a refreshing mint-scented Yerba buena.
Client: Colliers International
Architect: Dinar & Associates
Interior Design: 505 Design
"Spring to Life" Living Stage
Dimensions: 18‘w x 12‘h
Installation Date: March 2011
Location: California Academy of Sciences 55 Music Concourse Dr. Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Ca. 94118
Details: The piazza living stage is designed to provide an aesthetic backdrop for the main stage in the museum . The plant palette was chosen to express the essence of spring in California. Most are native to California and can be found in mixed evergreen forest and woodland plant communities throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. The range of flower colors and forms set against a variety of foliage textures and hues have been carefully arranged to create an installation that will incorporate seasonal change within the piazza.
Dimensions: 2 - 11'W x 7'H
Installation Date: April 14th, 2012
Description: The two 11 foot wide and 7 foot tall living murals illuminate the space in a flourishing thee-dimensional collage. The chartreuse leaves of Neon Pothos energetically dash through a fine textured backdrop of dark rich Ficus repens. Jubilant Sword Ferns nestle among elegant white Peace Lilies and ornate orchids dapple with magenta.
"The Great Barrier"- Living Partitions
Dimensions: 2 - 9‘w x 6‘h and 1- 10’w x 6’h
Date Installed: July 2011
Location: Westfield Shopping Malls, Metreon Center, City View outdoor patio space, San Francisco, CA
Description: These living mobile partitions were designed to break up San Francisco’s largest outdoor patio space and create smaller and more intimate outdoor rooms. The coral like forms of the contrasting light blue and chartreuse sedums and succulents collectively resemble an underwater scene inspired by the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. A long swath of orange sweeps through all three walls to create an entire living composition when horizontally aligned.
Dimensions: 10'w x 8’h
Date Installed: April 2013
Location: San Francisco, CA
Description: A collaboration with Siol Studios and Habitat Horticulture. Photo Credits: Janet Paik and Black List Content
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Photo Credits: Lynn Kloythansomsup
"City of Green"
Dimensions: 22‘w x 3.5‘h
Date Installed: May 2011
Location: The Luggage Store Gallery, 1007 Market St San Francisco, California 94103
Description: The “City of Green” is designed to help beautify and bring vegetation into San Francisco’s mid market street area. Drought tolerant grasses and sedums snake through this long and narrow site to help give the illusion that the space is wider than it really is.
Additional: Funded by San Francisco Art Commission, Artery Project
Dimensions: 43‘w x 31‘h
Date Installed: April 2010
Location: Moss Room Restaurant, 55 Music Concourse Dr. San Francisco, CA 94118
Description: Emulating a lush California forest environment, the Moss Room living wall is comprised of 7 different types of ferns that naturally flow over the wet slate cladding. Swathes of lush ferns and exposed slate highlight the interplay of hard and soft textures. Shadows of Japanese river fish are projected onto the wall as the fish swim by.
Dimensions: 3.8‘w x 8‘h
Date Installed: March 2010
Location: New Resource Bank, 405 Howard St. #110, San Francisco, CA
Description: This piece has transformed what was a stark concrete pillar into a verdant living column that helps purify the air and provide a relaxing indoor environment for New Resource Bank’s employees and customers.
Installation Date: 1/18/12
Dimensions: 2- 24" wide x 34" high
Details: Succulent living walls with reclaimed wooden frames
Location: Willow Glen, California
Dimensions: 8'W x 4'H
Installation Date: November 2009
Location: Saratoga, California
Dimensions: 8''W x 4''H
Installation Date: January 2010
Location: Los Gatos, California
Dimensions: 8'W x 4'H
Installation Date: February 2010
Dimensions: 4’h x 8’w
Date Installed: November 2009
Location: Private Residence, Saratoga, California
Description: “Thymed Out” is a Mediterranean plant palette that is designed to create a colorful focal point in the garden from afar and an sensorial aromatic experience from close.
Location: 40 Sheinken St., Tel Aviv, Israel
Dimensions: 9'W x 3.8'H
Installation Date: September 2011
Location: San Francisco, California
Dimensions: 8'W x 4'H
Installation Date: June 2010
Habitat Horticulture created these living columns for West Valley College's gold medal exhibit garden for the San Francisco Flower & Garden Show 2012. Each one represents a different classical element (earth, wind, water, fire).
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