Living Walls

A living wall is an appealing and spectacular example of nature in the built environment. By design, living walls place foliage at eye level for maximum impact and natural connectivity. Living walls appeal to many senses – the visual appreciation of a hanging garden; the aroma of foliage and soil can be invigorating; the subtle sense of humidity changes can be comforting; and the feeling of clean air filling your lungs can be uplifting. All great reasons to connect with nature by incorporating a living wall in your everyday surroundings.

Living walls can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, including portable units to aid in physical distancing.  We work with a range of proven, quality living wall systems – each has its place and optimum perfomance according the scale of a project. We’ll recommend the most suitable system for your space.  We will help establish appropriate lighting, and offer plant selections to achieve sustainable design. Together we’ll collaborate to help you connect with nature every day.

Other green walls:

  • 2nd floor with furniture
  • Living wall in white hallway.
  • Maintaining living wall
  • Living Wall EPSB
  • Living Walls
  • ACSA small living wall May 2015
  • NextGen Living Walls
  • Lush DIRTT  living wall in Edmonton
  • Hys Centre Living Wall
  • Living wall Donald Getty School
  • Living Wall and Preserved Moss EPSB
  • YEG Edmonton Airport Living Wall
  • YEG Airport Living Wall
  • ACSA green wall
  • Biophilic Design with plants and wooden feature wall
  • Living Wall at University of Alberta
  • Living Wall downtown YEG
  • Downtown YEG Living Wall
  • Living Wall Commerce Place
  • Edmonton Convention Centre Living Wall
  • Small Living Wall
  • University of Alberta Living Wall
  • Spider Plants
  • EPSB Living Wall
  • PCN Living Wall
  • Vertical Plant Wall
  • Gsky Living Wall
  • DSC02149
  • DAAHSchool
  • Worley
  • Barry Bentz Residence Gsky Living Wall 2021