A Japanese Secret Garden on the Rooftop

It just been one of those weeks where you're all stressed out, but wouldn't be great to have a place to escape. How about escaping to this serenity moss-covered secret garden designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara. It's filled with enchanting botanical arrangements, lush living walls and even a crystal clear waterfall. Called Midori no Tobira (The Green Door in English), the greenery-rich installation for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show was based on Ishihara's desire to create a rooftop garden so spectacular that anyone who experiences it simply forgets that they're standing on a roof - not to mention all of their worries. I would definitely feel at peace hanging out on this rooftop garden.

Via: Inhabitat

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