Living Structures





Botanical Architecture



Imagine a world built around nature. A better world where we put Mother Nature first. Botanical architecture will play a big part in how we design future structures. See below the concept of a 10-meter-high living structure that was designed and developed by Ferdinand Ludwig & Daniel Schönle specifically for urban conditions. Living structures take time to grow – It takes around 20 years before the trees are able to support the structure all on its own. Living structures will have a majorly positive impact on our environment.







This Singaporian garden comprises of 18 super trees with 162900 living plants hanging from them. This billion dollar project is now called a city in a garden. This rich city has a peaceful heart where the visitors and residents can enjoy the calmness of Mother Nature. Lush green vegetation with the trickling sounds of water falls in the background brings a unique sense of relaxation and tranquillity to the city. Indigenous wildlife like Guenther frogs, Changeable lizards, water monitors, common sliders (among others) have made this paradise their new home



Singapore is one of the first countries to start using live structures. Singapore has an audacious garden by the bay with vertical garden structures.