To accommodate the needs of a growing family in Venice, Los Angeles, this plant covered extension was created for the Brooks Avenue House.
Canadian designers Bricault Design are responsible for the Brooks Avenue House Renovation, which is actually covered with cedar batons, while the new bedroom is covered in a combination of vegetables and indigenous shrubs.
The addition created an extra 1,700 square feet on the Brooks Avenue House.
Implications - Despite the bevy of technological advancements emerging each day, consumers are looking for ways to stay environmentally friendly. Products that allow customers to be eco-conscious while completing daily tasks are appealing to modern shoppers who have fast-paced lives. Companies could focus in on this desire for more green-friendly options to grow their appeal on the market.
Brooks Avenue House is Made by Bricault Design
Christina Butty — August 15, 2009 — Art & Design