Green Living walls Resources
23-Story Atrium Living Wall - New York City
This 32' x 60' G-O2TM Living Wall is home to 11, 673 plants and contains a 12-zone irrigation system with a remote monitoring system to optimize the health of the plants. This living wall adds to the list of metropolitan areas with living walls that are greatly impacting the urban landscape.
- Green Wall design by Plant Connection
3-Story Interior Green Wall - New York City
This G-O2TM Living Wall spans three floors in this NYC office building’s glass stairway, providing multiple levels of texture, color, and a more appealing and healthier environment.
800 17th Street - Washington, DC
Located one block from The White House, this 56' wide by 11' tall G-O2TM Living Wall was installed to replace a previously existing system. The living wall is just one of many sustainable green features implemented at this building.
American Cancer Society Hope Lodge - New York City
PCI had the wonderful privilege and honor to create a living Wall at the ACS Hope Lodge. Hope Lodge felt that a green wall would provide its guests with therapeutic benefits. Thanks to their generous support, PNC sponsored the living wall, drawing inspiration from their iconic design at the PNC Bank in Pittsburgh, PA.
Annual Vertical Garden | 2010 - Aquebogue, NY
This G-O2TM Living Wall planted with annuals demonstrates how you can use the beauty of a vertical garden to create privacy and intimacy in your backyard space. The Annual Living Wall not only looks beautiful, it helps cool the deck area and helps to reduce noise from an adjoining neighbor's driveway on the other side of the deck.
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