The Organic Building in Osaka, Japan features more than eighty different types of indigenous plants and trees in a stunning vertical design from Italian architect Gaetano Pesce.
The nine-story living landmark building features extruded pocket planters to house the wide variety of vegetation. The plants are kept watered and healthy via a complex computer controlled hydrating system.
Built in 1993, the Organic Building has 7052 sq.m. (76,000 sq.ft.) of interior space containing offices, restaurants and shops.