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Claustro De Sor Juana in Mexico City

Mexican Green City Facade Development: Urban Landscape – sustainable design by Verdevertical

11 Mar 2016

El Claustro de Sor Juana University

Design: Verdevertical

Claustro De Sor Juana Green Facade

Claustro de Sor Juana

A large vertical garden measuring a total of 265 square meters (2852.44 square feet) located inside an old historical building in Downtown Mexico City, the building now works as the El Claustro de Sor Juana University.

Claustro de Sor Juana design by Verdevertical

Mexican Green City Facade design by Verdevertical

The main idea was to design a space that may improve the environment as well as adding some organic touch to the area. The street this building’s facade is located in a walkway, the vertical garden adds some natural green perspective to the urban landscape.

Mexican Green City Facade Development

Mexican Green City Facade Building

The aesthetic concept of the garden relies on developing a typical park in a vertical angle with daily use objects like the tricycle.

Claustro de Sor Juana

Mexico City Green City Facade Development image / information from Verdevertical

Location: Mexico City, México, North America

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image © Torre Reforma
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