This European home located in Moscow offers a way consumers can utilize vertical gardens in the home to bring an element of the forest indoors. The home features a concrete perforated block that acts as a faux forest bed where shoots of bamboo can grow to create a miniature woodland inside an abode. The lush and thickly cultivated grouping of plants can also be used to create spacial divisions in small spaces.
The indoor forest utilizes a small and slender planter that features closely placed punctured holes. It is through these holes that bamboo shoots can be cultivated to grow tall and freely, giving the illusion of a tightly packed forest while still indoors. The planter renders the garden mobile and easy to move from one area to the next.