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How Décor Can Improve on the Architectural Past

January 7 & 8, 2017
A designer and owner respectfully update a Gothically detailed Manhattan apartment without getting ensnared in its historical cobwebs...

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  Vertical Gardens Technology, LLC Receives 2015                                                 Inventors Digest 2015
   Best of Manhattan Award

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Vertical Gardens Technology, LLC Receives 2014 Best of Manhattan Award

wall of greeneryMANHATTAN October 21, 2014 -Vertical Gardens Technology, LLC has been selected for the 2014 Best of Manhattan Award in the Plant Walls and Vertical    Gardens category by the Manhattan Award Program. Each year, the Manhattan Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional  marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Manhattan area a great place to live, work and play...
Press Release- October 21, 2014

Lincoln Center Atrium

MANHATTAN December 2014

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Dwell on Design

MANHATTAN October 9,10,11, 2014

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Dwell on Design

MANHATTAN October 9,10,11, 2014

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Conversation  Hank White HM White Architecture & Laurent Corradi Plant Wall Design

 

Vertical Gardens Technology, LLC Receives 2013 Best of Manhattan Award

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MANHATTAN September, 2013 -Vertical Gardens Technology, LLC has been selected for the 2013 Best of Manhattan Award in the Plant Walls and Vertical Gardens category by the Manhattan Award Program. Each year, the Manhattan Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Manhattan area a great place to live, work and play...
Press Release- September, 2013


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Laurent Corradi and the Hanging Gardens of New York City

Huffingtonpost- March 20, 2013

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Corradi, a native of Marseille who designs and builds these installations, traces his passion for vertical gardening to the French pioneer in vertical gardening, Patrick Blanc. The scope of Corradi's work, however, transcends gardening and places it in the realm of art. Each vertical garden he creates is living artistry with its own colors, patterns and textures...

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7 Gorgeous Vertical Gardens That Bring Living, Growing Art to the Walls of New York City

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inhabitat - February 28,2013


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TV Show - Ushuaia Channel - French language

Green Apple, New York January 2013

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wall of greenerySustainability at SIU Carbondale, IL
 

If you frequent the College of Agriculture Building at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, you may have noticed that a beautiful wall composed of a variety of tropical plants has been installed in the south wing of the building. This vertical garden was constructed by artists Laurent Corradi and Marie-Christine Steffanetti with the help of numerous volunteers beginning on Thursday, October 25, 2012. It was completed by Monday, October 29th.


SIU Carbondale News: 29 Octobre 2012
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Laurent Corradi and Marie Christine Steffanetti, both renowned hydraulic system engineers and co-founders of plantwalldesign out of New York City, visited SIU Thursday to construct a plant wall in the Agriculture building.


The Daily Egyptian: 25 Octobre 2012
SIU Carbondale News
 

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living wall, new york vertical gardenFrench Touch                                            Vertical gardens partners in Turkey and Asia 
                                                                                                    

En Mode Design.com: July, 2011                                               Silvanus Istanbul 2012

All Art News: April 17, 2011   

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2011 AIANY Design Awards

All Art News: April 17, 2011

 

 

This week, the center for architecture in New York City opened its exhibition of the American Institute of Architects New York Chapter 2011 Design Award winners, which featured 38 projects selected out of 433 by a jury of twelve eminent architects, educators, critics and planners.
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Living Systems » Phyto Universe

New York University blog: October 1, 2010

 

 

 

Greenwall installation in Phyto Universe

Livingwallart.com: May 30, 2010

Phyto Universe, an upscale Manhattan salon, had a 2,850 square foot greenwall installed by engineer Laurent Corradi with Plant Wall Design. Before construction, Laurent presented a concept for the digital sequencing or mapping, which dictates what species of plants would go where, and how far apart. “Plants have different textures and shapes, so sequencing is like painting with plants” explains Corradi. I love that quote.
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Regrown Lincoln Center Atrium Makes Its Debut on the UWS

Curbed website: December 22, 2009
Lincoln Center's renamed culture corridor Rubenstein Atrium (formerly the Harmony Atrium) is open, and roving photographer Will Femia brings us a closer look at the snazzed-up space. Click through the gallery for some close-up time with the wall of plants (20 feet high!) designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects…
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TWBTA Take a Turn at Lincoln Center - The Architect's Newspaper

Archpaper blog: December 21, 2009
The redevelopment of Lincoln Center took another step forward today with the opening of the David Rubenstein Atrium. The space, redesigned by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects (TWBTA), includes two 21-foot high vertical gardens, skylight, and a fountain to create a tranquil atmosphere in the passageway…
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New venue: David Rubenstein Auditorium at the Lincoln Center

Timeout website: December 21, 2009
It officially opens to the public on December 17, but you can get a sneak preview of the Lincoln Center’s new public space, the David Rubenstein Auditorium (61 W 62nd St between Central Park West and Columbus Ave; lincolncenter.org; Mon–Fri 8am–10pm; Sat, Sun 9am–10pm; free). The ZigZag Quartet will be playing Baroque, jazz and Latin American music, in surroundings designed by award winning architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. We particularly liked the vertical gardens when we caught a press preview with a performance by the Asphalt Orchestra…

Full coverage on curbed New York

Curbed website: December 21, 2009
David Rubenstein Atrium, between West 62nd and 63rd Streets, feature 20-foot-high walls of plants and rods of falling water…
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Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects-Visitor Center at Lincoln Center New York

Arcspace website: December 16, 2009
Two 20-foot-high plant walls consisting of ferns, bromeliads, moss and flowering vines, flanked by two stone benches and alcove seating, will create an indoor garden sanctuary. This indoor landscape is a serene public meeting place for New York City, animated by the sound of water from a cascading fountain and the fresh green scent of the planted walls…
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Plant Walls in Place at Lincoln Center's Revamped Atrium

Curbed website: November 19, 2009
Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, formerly the Harmony Atrium. Now we can finally get a visual on those promised 20-foot-high walls of plants (and coming soon: sandwiches!) designed by Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects. We dug through the photo albums for a look at what used to be in the Harmony Atrium days…
                           

Lincoln Center Unveils New Public Space

Backstage website: November 19, 2009


Lincoln Center and Target opened the new David Rubenstein Atrium to the public for a preview of Manhattan's new "vibrant theatrical garden" …
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Photo coverage: Bernadette Peters Opens Lincoln Center's David Rubenstein Atrium

Broadwayworld website: November 19, 2009


Designed by the award-winning architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, the atrium is the first LEED certified “green” building on the Lincoln Center campus. The structure features two 21’ high live vertical gardens, creating an indoor garden sanctuary, and a floor to ceiling fountain…
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Lincoln Center's David Rubenstein Atrium to Present Target Free Thursdays Performances

TheaterMania website: November 19, 2009 - Theater News


Tod Williams and Billie Tsien designed the Atrium, which will officially open to the public on December 17. It will feature ticket booths, vertical gardens, a 44-foot media wall, free public seating, free WiFi, a Witchcraft cafe, and other amenities…
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Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts:  Green walls

Website: July 2009


Two lush, 21-foot–high vertical gardens with a variety of living plants, surrounded by stone benches and alcove seating to create an indoor garden sanctuary…

 

Vibrant Gateway Planned for Lincoln Center Campus: Green walls

New York Times website : 2009


Describing it as a “front porch” for Lincoln Center, the architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien have redesigned Harmony Atrium between West 62nd and 63rd Streets as a “theatrical garden” featuring 20-foot-high walls of plants and rods of falling water.
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The Secret Garden: Phyto’s garden wall

Interior Design: April 30, 2007


New York is ever building upward, so why not the city’s shrubbery?
Inside hair-care center Phyto Universe, the brand’s creator, Patrick Alès dreamed of doing just that with a vertical garden of tropical plants…

 

A Different shade of Green: The Overrated Wall
NewcitySkyline: May 30, 2007
Chicago, IL, US (NCS) – Amidst the tidal wave of energy-saving light bulbs and hybrid cars there is another group of green designers taking a different approach to environmental design: a supremely obvious one, where walls are subjective and nature isn’t always outdoors…




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