Green Gallery YAP MAXXI

The biomass of the high diversity of climbing plants and potted plants complement the steel structure and create a lively, biodiverse ‘Green Gallery’.

The gallery becomes a mystical space where people can value the importance of biodiversity in the city. The installation creates a cooler microclimate and allows the visitor to listen to the diverse singing birds.

Marcello Fantuz is an architect, researcher at the Institute for Architecture and Landscape at TU Graz, where he focuses on the relation between built environment and natural dynamics.

Title Green Gallery YAP MAXXI 2018
 together with Marcello Fantuz
Year 2018 (June – October)
Location Rome, Italy
Client MAXXI Rome
Photography Courtesy of STUDIOD3R

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