Colorful raised gardens bring greenery and shelter to the Thames riverfront

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Cities across the world are reclaiming their waterfronts, including London where a series of verdant gardens are sprouting to reconnect the populace with the Thames River. As part of the Nine Elms Riverside Strategy to revitalize the waterfront in South West London, local architecture practice Studio Weave was tapped to design a landscaped pavilion that draws inspiration from the bygone industrial era. Raised on timber-clad steel columns, the pavilion—called the ‘Nine Elms Thames Walk Pavilion’—combines… View full post on Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building



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