Sunday, 4 May 2008


Here is the amazing botanical garden in Medellin, Colombia that was renovated by Plan B Architects. Its a wooden mesh work of modular “flower-tree” structures that weaves its way through the garden’s heart.

The theme is to allow the structure to grow in the same way that a garden seeds and develops. This lead them to design the installation as a series of interconnected modular structures (14 in all) specialized for a variety of functions including event halls, butterfly reserves, and flower gardens. This repetitious cellular weave fittingly resonates the organic structure of a honeycomb.

More info here and here

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