The Planter Box House, located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was designed for a retired couple who has a passion for gardening and growing food. Architect group Formzero designed the house, the year is unknown, and it was built in 2017. This house is 3 floors made of concrete cubes, and it includes "planter boxes" which are built around plants/trees. There are forty plus edible plants on each floor level. It has a tropical feel and is considered to be organic architecture. The architects were inspired by indigenous cultures, Temuan, originated from Nigeri Sembilan. Some materials used in this house are concrete, glass, steel, and bamboo. There is also a custom irrigation system that recycles resources and uses rain water; Because each planter box is different, the system supplies the perfect amount of water, for soil and plants, to each box. It is considered to be and contemporary tropical house.
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