Long roadside planter constructed of loosely packed bricks.
Creative use of dead space for a practical garden.
A lovely twist to the usually forboding and odorous gaping deadspace.
Adding life, scent and song to suburban Tokyo.
This well tended local neighbourhood park garden is actually a quiet memorial to a deceased spouse.
Affixing small hangers and substantial brackets to increase the plant population.
Weary commuters mold the organic infrastructure of their neighbourhoods.
Unexpected care for run-down suburban dead space.
Decorative charm and creative practical application.
Diversity, Vibrance, Tolerance
Rainy ramble in far west Tokyo suburbs
Local gambling zone offers flowers to regulars & neighbours
Definition and practical value.
City infrastructure fosters independent green.
Bricks and all kinds of junk.
Delicious pickled, marmaladed, or squashed up in the mouth…..
A temporary patch of life on a shallow, gravel parking lot.
Although the trees are long dead, the wall reminds us of a garden once treasured.
Car port hanging garden constructed from modified hangers
An interesting take on the classic balcony-supported green curtain.
Creating curbside planter space with bricks and wood.
A cute pocket garden constructed from waste materials.
Multifunctional pot plant set up.
The role of built environmental artifacts/components will increasingly be that of trellis.
Tree in use as a storage system for outdoor cleaning implements.
High hanging pots in wire
Rocks and concrete blocks mark out narrow marginal space for a bright shock of colour.
Curbside as home for hot chili garden.
Another example of the resilient, resourceful ways that plants continue to confound our built environment.