Green walls from around the world
In the main entrance of the new MSF office, the garden is split in two, divided by a waterfall over black slate. The base consists of some common species of Philodendron, Scindapsus, Pteris, Pepero
mia and Davallia. The tropical touch given by the waterfall is emphasized by plants from the Araceae family that are less usual to find in European nurseries, among others: Philodendron ‘Burle Marx’, Philodendron giganteum
m> and Anthurium Veitchii. A few of these will potentially grow quite big as the years go by, developing mature leafs that are very different from the juvenile character. Some species of Begonia, Asparagus, and Pteris
> can be found both in the indoor and outdoor garden.
All pictures: Natura Towers, MSF headquarter, Lisbon, Portugal
Architect: GJP Arquitectos