Collection 33

A house in harmony with nature. We can smell the sun, the grass. The material of concrete combined with the variety of Tropical plants (Monstera, Fern, Philodendron, .....) creates a space that blends with nature. An Averrhoa carambola scented the garden.


Collection 29

Australia is a vast country with a diverse range of landscapes and climates, which makes it an exciting challenge for architects and landscape designers to create homes and gardens that are both functional and beautiful. Australian homes and gardens have a unique character that reflects the country's natural features and climate, and designers have developed a range of strategies and techniques to make the most of these features. One of the defining features of Australian gardens and homes is the harsh climate. The country is prone to droughts, heatwaves, and bushfires, which means that gardens and homes need to be designed to withstand these conditions. One of the most important strategies for coping with the Australian climate is to choose plants that are adapted to the local environment. Native Australian plants, such as Eucalyptus, Acacia, and Banksia, are well-suited to the Australian climate, and they are a common feature in many Australian gardens


Collection 30

The garden is adorned with an array of indigenous plants that thrive in the Mediterranean climate. Olive trees stand tall and majestic, their gnarled trunks and silvery leaves evoking a sense of timeless elegance. Antigonon leptopus cascades over pergolas and walls, its vibrant blossoms painting the landscape with shades of magenta, purple, and orange. Fragrant lavender bushes release their sweet aroma, attracting bees and butterflies, while rosemary and thyme add a touch of Mediterranean fragrance. Stone and terra cotta elements are seamlessly integrated into the garden design, reflecting the region's rich architectural heritage. Paved pathways meander through the lush greenery, inviting visitors to explore the hidden corners of the garden. Stone walls provide a sense of enclosure, creating intimate spaces for relaxation and contemplation

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Transform Your Designs: Enhance Architecture with 3D Model Plants

In the realm of modern architecture and design, the quest for immersive and captivating spaces has reached new heights. The integration of cutting-edge technologies has become pivotal in bringing innovative visions to life. One such technology that is revolutionizing the industry is the use of 3D model plants. These highly realistic digital botanical elements not only elevate the aesthetics of architectural designs but also provide architects and designers with unparalleled creative freedom and visualization capabilities.