CHELSEA TOWNHOUSE No 2Contemporary Staircase, London
On one side a 'living wall' ties the two levels together and, amongst other things, softens the acoustics in what could otherwise feel more like a gloomy and echoing lightwell.
Photographer: Bruce Hemming
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Maximise space with a living wallEven tiny front gardens can go green, and one of the most interesting ways to do this is to think vertically with a living wall. There are companies that specialise in creating living wall systems that comprise planting troughs or pockets and an irrigation system.According to Bingham, the best plants to use on a living wall are Heuchera, thyme, sedum, Carex and Ajuga reptans.