ChloroFORM is an organic, patterned wall structure that mediates between public space in an urban environment. ChloroFORM is constructed out of two elements, a 3-dimensional wall designed from tessellated fiberglass rings and selected plants that over time grow and fill in the perforated surface.
ChloroFORM has the ability to act as a median between two public spaces, filtering out the noise and unsightly without isolating one from the other. Because of this, ChloroFORM can create micro-environments that can be organically developed into many things: a haven from street pollution, a reclaimed piece of public space formerly made uninhabitable by its surroundings, a new social space for the neighborhood, or even a calming and welcoming shift in environment for those just passing through.
All pictures above depict a current model of ChloroFORM.