At Topic, Valencia, a vertical garden has been implemented under a challenging trellis, demonstrating a unique integration of nature and architectural design.

This interior landscaping project uses exclusively preserved plants, which maintain their beauty without the need for irrigation, highlighting their sustainability and practicality. The installation was meticulously planned to fit the limited and structurally complex space imposed by the trellis.

The peculiarity of this conserved plant garden is that it must have been underneath a metallic structure as you can see in the following image:

Having this “inconvenience”, we had to do some of the assembly process in situ, since the letters of the structure had to cross the pvc panels of the conserved plant garden, because they were anchored to the wall. For these reasons, certain hanging species had to be repositioned and repositioned so that they did not coincide with any profile of the structure.

The plants we used were flat moss, ball moss, lichen, ferns, palm leaves, papyrus, ivy…

Vista frontal del jardín vertical en la que podemos ver palmeras

Vista frontal del jardín de planta conservada en la que podemos ver helechosFerns

Vista de perfil del jardín de planta conservada en la cual podemos observar papiros.

In order to reach its conservation, the plant goes through several stabilization and preservation processes in which the different species come into contact with several components such as: vegetable glycerin, water, food coloring and nutrients. The glycerin favors the retention of water inside the plant, the nutrients provide the necessary sustenance to the plant during the stabilization process, which lasts a few days, and the food colorants provide the desired color to the plant.

Assembly process

The realization of conserved plant gardens follows a process:

First, a preliminary design is made and shown to the customer, who must give his approval.

Once the design is accepted, it is transferred to the PVC panels.

From the drawing, the different species are arranged with specialized glues for this purpose. The order can vary, but it is advisable to start with flat moss, then ball moss, lichen and finally the hanging species.

The main objective of the conserved plant gardens is to provide green spaces indoors without the need for maintenance, in addition to providing personality and harmony to such places as: offices, homes, leisure places…

If you are thinking of decorating any interior space, do not hesitate to contact us.

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