If you're an individual with a green thumb, you're bound to love these grassy greenhouse designs.
As some know, a greenhouse is a glass building that protects precious plants from the harsh cold conditions. However, in the 21st century that old timely definition is given a modern twist with greenhouse designs going far beyond just being a glass building. Some greenhouses today can even have dual functions and operate as a shelter for plants as well as a schoolhouse. These ecological designs feature abstract architecture drawing inspiration from windshields as well as camping tents.
A greenhouse may be a safe place for plants to stay but these greenhouses prove to be more than meets the eye.
From Eccentric Green Spaces to Greenhouse Schoolhouses
Eccentric Green Spaces
The American Philosophical Society Greenhouse is Postmodern
Renovated Greenhouse Abodes
These Ex-Greenhouses Make the Perfect Sun-Filled Living Spaces
Greenhouse Oasis Offices
The Panoramic Garden of CCIS by Sadar+Vuga Brings the Outdoors In
The Branson School Student Commons is a Breath of Fresh Air
Reused Windshield Greenhouses
Sebastien Ramirez Makes Greenhouse Out of Car Windows
Grassy Greenhouse Architecture
The Thomas Phifer and Partners Fishers Island House is Chic
Gorgeous Greenhouse Attics
The House in Yamasaki is Capped with Little Light-Filled Abodes
Literal Green Houses
Square 2 Design Creates an Eco-Friendly Abode for Romania
Hiroshi Iguchi's 'Camouflage House' is in Sync With Nature
Sustainable Container Eateries
Les Grandes Tables Offers an Eco-Friendly Dining Experience