Contemporary decor, natural materials such as stone and wood, combined shades of gray and brown with some white detail: this is the style of an attic flat, recently renovated, in which he stars the man-nature relationship.
This feature is further emphasized by the vertical garden Sundar Italy which, from the living area, rises up to the mezzanine, following, in the upper part, the trend of the wooden pitch of the roof. Visible from all over the loft, it furnishes and gives warmth, standing out for its size (12sqm) and for the alternation of light and dark green nuances that illuminate and enliven the spaces.
The vertical garden has been designed by company engineers analyzing the client's needs, spaces and their characteristics; from here, the choice of plants to be used appropriate to the design and environmental conditions, as well as the aesthetic effect.
Made with Patrick Blanc's modular system, it was delivered to the customer as a 'finished product' as the modules were kept in the nursery to grow the plants; these panels were then mounted in the apartment on the special aluminum supporting structure.
To ensure easy and continuous maintenance of the vertical garden, the company has installed an automatic irrigation system and a remote management control unit that constantly monitors the wall by sending messages, even on smartphones, relating to the 'state of health'. the operation or the interventions to be carried out.
The inclusion of a vertical garden in an apartment, in addition to the aesthetic effect, transmits a feeling of well-being, contributes to the improvement of the environment thanks to the natural sound-absorbing characteristic and stabilizes the humidity rate.