Green Walls in New York: A Roundup on Design Boom


Green Walls in New York: A Roundup on Design Boom


"Since green walls were pioneered and popularized by french botanist Patrick Blanc in the 1980s, the typology has grown more and more prevalent in contemporary architecture. These self-sufficient vertical gardens are now decorating lobbies, outdoor recreational space, and even building façades in an effort to beautify a growing number of residences. Nowhere is this trend more apparent than in New York, where a host of luxury condominium buildings are including green walls as part of their plans. Below, we take a look at five developments that feature lush vertical plantations..."

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