Risa Boyer Architecture brought me in to design a living wall for an interior office space which she had recently designed. I'd read about the new Woolly Pocket Living Planter made of rigid, recycled plastic and thought it would work well for this application. We installed 15 white Woolly Pockets to white painted plywood attached to the wall. Using white on white would emphasize the minimalism of the space and emphasize the texture and color of the plants. The texture and color of the plants will pick up the ultra-cool rainbow-striped FLOR rug. We arranged the pockets in an interrupted stripe pattern. Each pocket contains an upright, central and draping form. As they the plants grow a striped effect will become apparent. I'm looking forward to seeing them grow!
|living planter pockets|
|Assembly line planting|
|Dracena 'Lemon Lime', Dracena 'Janet Craig' and Muehlenbeckia complexa.|
|Loaded up in the truck|
ready to go!
|The plywood wall in front of the main wall with a chalk line grid.|
|Pockets installed! The day was dark and the track lighting harsh. I'll share better photos soon.|