We've featured a lot of vertical gardens on TreeHugger, many of them superb but none quite like this one, grown as a living map of New York's Central Park.
We also have a bike with innovative metal wheels, avant-garde DIY fall harvest decor, a play ground that looks like a deep sea monster, watermelon and tomato gazpacho ice cream, and more in our roundup of the best images on TreeHugger this week.
A New Kind of Map
In 2009, LTL Architects
designed offices for the The Open Planning Project
(TOPP) in New York. The highlight is an 84-inch long walnut bookshelf that is a map of Manhattan from the southern tip to the top of Central Park. The park itself is a living wall, complete with lakes.
Photo: Parker Urban Greenspaces