Living Wall

Living Walls

Green Wall - Photo by Renée Stephen, 2005 Essentially a living wall is a vertically grown plant community which mimics the growth mode of plants on a natural rock wall. In such situations, a continuous seep of moisture flowing over the surface supports a varied population of mosses, ferns, and other companion plants.

Living Walls, or Biowalls, have been conceived and refined independently in several different places, but are based upon similar principles.

Biomimicry is the next level of thinking in sustainability.
— Chris Allen, Biomimicry Guild and Institute

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