This house in Japan by Suppose Design Office features a room dedicated to plants. The transparent courtyard space is filled with rocks and flowerbeds, along with paintings and square-shaped stepping stones.
This renovated apartment in Kiev by KI Design Studio features a slide that descends from the top storey through the kitchen and into the living room below, where a dividing oak wall is covered in plants and flowers.
This house in Kuwait appears windowless from the outside but brings in natural light through voids in its roof, illuminating secluded roof terraces and plant-filled courtyards.
This minimal penthouse in Antwerp by Belgian architect Hans Verstuyft wraps an open-air courtyard garden with a 35-year-old tree at its centre, surrounded by full-height windows.
Tropical plants and trees span vertical levels of this skinny home in Ho Chi Minh City that measures just 3.5 metres wide, drawing attention to a lightwell in its core and contrasting with the dark wooden furnishings.
Lush potted greenery peeks through hollow blocks and creeps up the vast curving staircase of this concrete house in Ho Chi Minh City by Vo Trong Nghia and Sanuki + Nishizawa, which features patterned walls to aid ventilation.
A walled garden filled with tropical plants flanks a glazed hallway at this house in the Brazilian town of Franca by local firm MF+ Arquitetos, which complements the natural materials used in its interiors.
A plant-filled atrium brings light into this house for a photographer in Copenhagen by Studio David Thulstrup, which is wrapped by a central staircase of perforated, blackened steel.
This former office space in Ghent has been transformed by Belgian creative agency Drift into a loft home featuring a "plant room", decked out with greenery that hangs on large metal scaffolding.
This renovated bungalow in India by Spasm Design features living areas flanked on one side by full-height glazing, which provides views to two large courtyard gardens filled with tropical plants.