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Everything Architects Need to Know About Green Walls

152 Elizabeth Street by Tadao Ando Architect & Associates; image by noë & associates and the boundary

Acknowledging the positive effects that plants have on human health, more and more architects are enlivening their interior and exterior projects with green walls. However, entertaining the idea of hosting a cascading vertical wall of plants can come with a long list of feasibility concerns. For example, how are they attached and maintained, and how long do they last? Do they rot and smell?! This week, we set out to answer these questions, and provide you with the resources to confidently enhance your next project with a living green wall.

(Read more via architizer.com)


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