An art installation of green plants growing on the wall of the building next to the CaixaForum Madrid — a modern art gallery — In Madrid, Spain. The living wall was created by french botanist Patrick Blanc
House on the outskirts of Brussels with plant-covered wall by French botanical artist Patrick Blanc
Vertical green flowering wall Musee du Quai Branly in Paris
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A jungle of bushy ferns and sprouting begonias fills the windows of this Barcelona boutique.
This living wall in Copenhagen outlines a map of Europe.
“Urbio is a recyclable product that is made out of a lightweight and durable polypropylene. Coupled with uber-strong neodymium magnets and a variety of sizes, Urbio is a diverse and dependable solution for urban gardening and small space organization.”
What makes a great beer? The folks at Beck’s believe that beer should be created with real ingredients by people with open minds. To spread this message and to set the Beck’s brand apart from competitors, the beer company built Europe’s largest moss graffiti over a four-week period. Each week, Beck’s added a new brand element — including young, free, and open-minded — to the eco-friendly promotional product.
“Michelle Cheng, a graduate of the Ryerson University School of Interior Design, has designed a vertical farm for her thesis. She didn’t place it at the waterfront or in the theater district, she put it in the middle of a transitioning residential area with a large social housing component, full of people who need affordable fresh food.”
image: Michelle Cheng
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