This apartment in Manhattan's East Village features a smaller version of a living green wall. Underneath the wall, a low water trough (the home of goldfish and aquatic plants) collects runoff from the wall’s irrigation system. Photo courtesy pulltab design.
By adding a small interior garden to the passageway between rooms, this El Salvador beach house maximizes on green space. Photo by Jason Bax.
Photo by: Jason Bax
Courtesy of: Jason Bax
An interior courtyard in this São Paulo home features a huge skylight and a sculpture by Tomás Saraceno. Photo by Matthew Williams.
Photo by: Matthew Williams
Award-winning landscape designer Margie Ruddick's Urban Garden Room brings large scultpures covered in ferns, mosses, and vines to the lobby of the Bank of America tower in Manhattan. Photo by Cait Oppermann.
Photo by: Cait Oppermann
Gardens don't always need to be green: This Japanese-inspired home in Rhode Island features in indoor stone garden that flows from within the entry to the deck beyond it. Photo by John Horner.