Art · March 12, 2021 0

Rows Of Plants Line The Exterior Of This Factory Building

G8A Architects together with rollimarchini architects have designed a factory building in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, that features a facade of plants.

Rows of plants filter out the rain and sun, and help improve the quality of the air and the temperatures within the factory.

The rows of plants line both the exterior facade, and the interior walls that open to a courtyard. The plants were chosen to help improve the quality of the air and the temperatures within the factory.

Rows of plants cover the exterior of a factory.

The horizontal planted beds also help to filter rain and sun, making the interior of the factory a more comfortable experience for the workers.

Rows of plants help with temperature and air quality inside a factory.

The interior courtyard is also a place for the workers to enjoy, with raised patches of grass and trees that will grow larger over time, creating a shaded canopy.

A central courtyard with grassy patches and trees.
Photography by Oki Hiroyuki