Thanks to our distributor Solutions AquaSol near Montreal, Tournesol Siteworks was featured in this month’s fleurs•plantes•jardins, a french-canadian gardening publication. The 3-page article highlighted several different sub-irrigation varieties, using many Tournesol images. The article focuses on the technical aspects of the products, and introduces how they work to the gardening public there. If your French is better than mine you can click here for the complete article: fleur_plantes_jardins_5-2010_article
Sometimes I think if you follow our blog you’d think that all we do is living wall systems. Just to set the record straight, that couldn’t be further from the truth. While living wall is a fast-emerging opportunity for us, our bread-and-butter business remains manufacturing pots, planters, and irrigation systems. We try to post as many images from installed projects in this blog so that our customers have a chance to see what our products really look like in the field, and to get a sense of whether it will work for what they’re doing. We also hope, just a little, that it will provide inspiration and ideas for designers looking for ways to make their urban environment greener. More info about NoHo 14 after the break.
Have you ever wondered what the inside of a big-time corporate boardroom looked like? I know I did. It was fun for us to work on this relatively small terrace project for one of the financial service titans in San Francisco. They recently moved buildings, and found themselves with a boardroom looking over an undecorated rooftop. The view was great, but the roof wasn’t. They brought in landscape architects Smith+Smith in San Francisco to soften the view. Continue reading Terrace at 211 Main St., San Francisco
The previous two posts about San Jose featured applications of Tournesol Siteworks pots and planters used to green the streets of Downtown. This post features one of the city’s most interesting experiments – widening the sidewalks. Continue reading The Greening of San Jose, Part 3
The City of San Jose has put over 300 planters in its downtown district during the past year, and nearly all of them have been manufactured by Tournesol Siteworks. The previous post showed the most recent installation of custom Urban Collection and Wilshire Box hanging planters. This post highlights previous work done in the same downtown area. Continue reading The Greening of San Jose, Part 2
The Empire Collection meets the needs of the more traditional locations. This project, designed by John Malick Associates of Emeryville, CA, and purchased by the owner, is a lovely terrace overlooking the grounds of this elegant club. Continue reading Claremont Country Club, Oakland, CA
I recently posted about our Smart Water Mark award in Australia, and thought it might be nice to show the work we’ve been doing Down Under. Continue reading Bendigo Bank, Bendigo, Victoria, Australia
This recently installed project was specified by Site Design of Greenville, SC and installed by Dunlap Lawn Service of Asheville. The hotel used Continue reading Hotel Indigo, Asheville, NC