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An Artificial Garden in Greenwich Village

    • 27th October 201627/10/16


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    A natural or wild garden is often preferred, however in urban hubs where weather conditions fluctuate and space is limited, implementing an artificial garden can be a great alternative.


    For our Terrace Viewing Garden project, we’ve transformed a Greenwich Village apartment encased by a long, linear balcony, into a lush urban oasis coated in faux ferns, vines and evergreens. On a day-to-day, practical level, faux foliage and artificial lawn is easy to maintain and clean, and can be hypoallergenic. 


    There is also an aesthetic element that an artificial garden offers to a space — it can immediately conceal harsh aspects of terrace, such as utilities and ventilation shafts, whilst simultaneously complementing the interior architecture of a separate area.  



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