Tastefully filling a polished office space with lots of swirling and leafy plants is no easy task, but the uber-modern Ljubljana Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Slovenia manages to beautifully bring the outdoors in with a stunning interior garden that whips through the space. The original building and garden were both designed by Sadar+Vuga Architects, and the plan boasts an organic circulation that urges its occupants outwards to enjoy the building's large summer terrace.
The renovated green space measures nearly 2,100 square-feet and is filled with lush tropical greenery. With a concrete green ribbon flowing throughout the interior space, the air is cleaner and the space is more pleasant.
The glazed shelter welcomes in lots of natural light, and was inspired by a leaf pattern interpreted as a biomimetic design. The orthogonal structure of the building is steel and the cladding boasts an energy-efficient double-glaze with shading lamellas.
Judging by its cover, and looking at its geometrical structure, it’s hard to believe that you could expect to find a blooming and swirling garden hidden inside!