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My formula for living is quite simple. I get up in the morning and I go to bed at night. In between, I occupy myself as best I can.

vertical wall garden by patrick blanc

French botanist Patrick Blanc is a pioneer in soil-free systems for growing gardens on indoor and outdoor load-bearing walls. Vertical gardens temper urban heat islands, improve air quality and insulate the building, reducing energy consumption.

Camperdown apartment complex with 33m high vertical garden, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Camperdown apartment complex with high vertical garden, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Quai Branly Museum, Paris

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The Quai Branly Museum, Paris ~ Designed by vertical garden innovator Patrick Blanc

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Living walls are all the rage these days. Here examples of stunning living walls from around the world.


Green vertical walls are very popular at the Chelsea Flower Show this year, as are green roofs. Green walls are a natural, good looking and environmental way to cover that ugly back wall. They are nicer than vines because bugs and

A Gorgeous Green Wall at Reykjavik City Hall

A Gorgeous Green Wall at Reykjavik City Hall

A vertical forest is expected to be completed this year in Milan. There are two tower apartment complexes which contain a total of 400 residential units. The facade of the buildings will be covered with 730 trees, 5,000 shrubs, and 11,000 perennial plants. It is expected to have the same ecological impact as 10,000 square meters of forest.    Aside from fighting smog and producing oxygen, the foliage is expected to provide insulation to the residential units

Bosco Verticale is a towering structure, currently under construction in Milan, Italy. Once complete, the tower will be home to the world's first vertical forest. Read more: Bosco Verticale in Milan Will Be the World's First Vertical Forest