We work closely with several other manufacturers of pots, planters and containers, and thought it might be interesting to show the results of our collaboration. Deepstream Designs creates wonderful planters using extruded aluminum legs and IPE wood slats (as shown above), or resin and composite panels. We provide them with our standard thermoplastic planter liners (either with or without container irrigation), or in this case, custom-manufactured welded planter liners.
Greenscaped Buildings, a good customer and green building guru in San Diego, is in the news again. Their local CBS affiliate did a segment on the edible wall he planted at his facility last March (view here). It has several good views of his VGM edible garden, but also shows a row of VGM ready for planting (the Urban Core project, I believe).
The Pizzeria Mozza project (you can see the VGM growing in during the video) is now scheduled to be installed at the end of February. They’ve told us that the plants are getting nice and full, just the way the client wants them.
We’ve also just received an order for a fantastic VGM living wall designed by Rios Clementi Hale in Los Angeles. The project, a private residence in Beverly Hills, will be installed by James H. Cowan & Associates of Malibu. The design uses the VGM integrated into a fountain wall, over a fountain basin with planter islands. We’re hoping that we’ll be able to show you images once this truly fabulous project is installed.
Greenscaped Buildings, our partner that is installing, among other things, edible living walls at Mario Batali’s Pizzeria Mozza in Los Angeles and another at Urban Core, a non-profit in San Diego, passed along this link to a San Diego foodie blog.
Caron Golden, of “To Market, To Market, with San Diego Foodstuff”, visited Jim Mumford and took the opportunity to review his edible wall work (much thanks for her permission to reprint the section shown below): Continue reading More on Edible Living Walls featuring Tournesol…
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
This terrace planting illustrates one of the great advantages of the Wilshire Box hanging planter system. Continue reading 666 5th Ave. Terrace, New York, NY – New images
In part 3 of the Garfield Park discussion, we’ll highlight the green side of the installation. Continue reading Garfield Park Conservatory, Part 3 – Planting and Growing in the modules
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