Vertical gardens, referred to as green or living walls, for many paint a picture of old overgrown English manors – vegetation creeping on walls, or supporting structures. Vertical gardens are effectively used in public spaces and facilities: libraries, shopping centres, restaurants, or offices, where air quality is often quite poor.
It seems green walls are being rediscovered across the world. Due to sheer diversity of plant life, a wide range of plant species can be utilised for this purpose, so living wall architects are limited only by their imagination.
Aside from undisputed aesthetic values, vertical gardens have plenty of other advantages: urban noise reduction, thermal insulation and air filtration – thanks to the qualities of certain plant varieties.
We are looking forward to building you a perfect garden.