In architecture, a wall planter is a decorative feature that allows plants to be grown on or in a wall. This can be accomplished through the use of wall-mounted planters, built-in planters, or green walls.
Wall planters can be used to add visual interest to a building, create a green space in an urban environment, or improve air quality. They can be made of a variety of materials, such as metal, wood, or concrete, and can be designed to complement the style of the building.
Some wall planters are also designed to be self-watering or to be connected to an irrigation system, making them low-maintenance.
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Wall planters detail drawing – 1
A wall planters detail drawing is a technical drawing that provides specific information about the construction and installation of a wall planter. It typically includes dimensions, materials, and assembly instructions.
The drawing might include a plan view, which shows the location and shape of the wall planter, as well as any adjacent features such as windows or doors. It may also include a section view, which shows a cross-section of the wall planter and its relationship to the surrounding wall.
Additionally, the drawing may include details such as the type of mounting hardware to be used, the type of drainage system, the method of irrigation, and any other relevant information necessary for the construction and installation of the wall planter. It may also include specifications for the type of plants that will be used, as well as their size, spacing and watering needs.
It’s important to note that the drawings are made by professional architects or engineers, who have knowledge and experience of the building codes, regulations, and design principles.
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