A Hanging Garden with a Creative Facade

magazine review

"Within the atrium's confined space, the aim was not to add elements that would make the space appear even smaller or more cluttered…existing elements that seemed 'hard and uninviting' were transformed into 'soft and attractive' features [such as] uneven end-wall converted to a seven-storey green wall feature, obstrusive columns to green columns, rc planters reinstated to create 'hanging garden', rc beams converted to 'walkway planters' for maintenance and to reinforce 'hanging garden' concept [and] inclined green wall (facing external elevation) introduced (replacing rc protruding wall) to conceal visible M&E services from street level…"