ÁTICO PEDRALBESMediterranean Balcony

Proyecto realizado por Meritxell Ribé - The Room Studio
Construcción: The Room Work
Fotografías: Mauricio Fuertes

Inspiration for a small mediterranean balcony in Other with a roof extension. —  Houzz
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georgia4321
Georgia Madden added this to How to Greenify Your Balcony in a Weekend1 September 2021

Water is a major consideration when you’re growing anything in pots, particularly in sunny and breezy spots. Plants are like evaporative coolers – and nothing causes evaporation like hot sun and wind.Check in regularly with your pots to see that your plants have enough water to keep pumping through those leaves. One tip to help with the evaporative effect on balconies is to group your pots together so your plants can provide each other with a little shade and protection from the wind. This also makes them easier to water.

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Vanessa Walker added this to Best of the Week: 24 Small Outdoor Spaces That Work6 December 2018

3. Location: Barcelona, SpainFeatures: Not outdoors but plenty of greenery, and space for a sofa too. The perfect pairing.

georgia4321
Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose Plants for My Balcony?18 September 2017

Do you need a huge balcony? Not at all. If your balcony is small or awkwardly shaped, the key is to minimise mess with planting that won’t crowd out the space and create unnecessary clutter. A greenwall – or vertical garden – is one of my favourite options, as it makes use of your wall space without taking up any floorspace.Alternatively, consider a series of long narrow pots framing the perimeter of the balcony that will take up a minimal amount of room, while adding a touch of nature to your alfresco area. Having them at different heights will give you a sense of an enclosed garden space.

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Alicia Garcia added this to Ideas de Alicia23 January 2022

disposición de los elementos en el espacio