Breathing Life into the
Built Environment

About Us

Habitat Horticulture creates and sustains distinctive living walls and botanic installations that transform the spaces they inhabit. Founded in 2010 by horticultural pioneer and artist David Brenner, our mission is to produce awe-inspiring plant-centric spaces that cultivate and deepen our connection with nature and enliven the built environment.

We are driven by the belief that plant life is integral to our well-being, especially in urban settings. The name Habitat Horticulture comes from our commitment to habitat creation, not just for humans but for the flora and fauna of our overarching ecosystems. We strive for a world where the lines of architecture and nature come together and exist as one living, thriving, sustainable system.

Our specialty is the vertical plane. From high-rise exteriors to expansive lobby spaces we have experience integrating greenery into some of the largest and most complex projects across North America. We provide turnkey living wall design, build, and maintenance services or à la carte design/assist or construction documentation. Our extended portfolio includes interior and exterior garden design, vine trellis systems, living roofs, moss walls and custom living facade solutions.

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At our roots, we are horticulturists, and we begin each project from a plant perspective. By considering their complex biological processes first, we are able to create environments where plants thrive. Through our years of project experience, we work fluidly with architects, engineers, and construction teams to find the best solutions for each project. Our seasoned ability to think “outside the planter” makes us primed to cater to specific architectural requests.

We strive to create more than just a green wall. Our commissions produce and nurture living, breathing vertical gardens: vibrant tapestries that highlight the unique qualities of each species, while complementing and echoing their architectural and natural surroundings.

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