Located in Los Angeles, the Smog Shoppe is an event space rimmed in lush succulent walls, created in 2009 using the Woolly Pocket garden system. Not only do the nearly 2,000 plants provide an eco-friendly sound barrier but they make a stunning green backdrop as well.
Vintage postcard from 1952 of a serpentine wall. According to the article: "Jefferson realized that by building a wall that curves, one uses 25% fewer bricks as compared to a straight wall. The curved wall can support itself while being only one brick thick instead of two."