Plants have the power to better our lives and the environment.

By embracing the vertical plane, we can infuse plants into the heart of our cities that would not otherwise be possible.

Living Wall Benefits

Calm our busy brains

Our physical and mental wellbeing depends on the presence of plant life. Studies have shown that when plants are added to a workspace, we become more focused, productive, and creative. Other benefits include enhanced self-esteem, reduced stress levels,and feeling revitalized.

Fight climate change

Living walls can reduce our energy demand. Through a combination of shading, evapotranspiration, and surface reflectivity, exterior living walls insulate the interior, helping to reduce both the cost and carbon emissions from heating and cooling.

Boost Biodiversity

Living walls serve as stepping stones between nature reserves and city parks, becoming biodiverse havens for wildlife in a rapidly changing world. We see each installation as an opportunity to incorporate native plants, in turn creating habitats for native butterfly, bird, and bee populations. Whenever possible, we focus on “keystone” species, which help to sustain the health and resilience of 90% of our ecosystems.

Maximize green spaces

Space in our cities is becoming increasingly scarce. Every square inch is utilized for functionality, yet the walls are often left bare. Living walls offer a way to bring life into the heart of our cities without compromising costly floor space. By embracing vertical surfaces, we can take advantage of every square foot to create life-sustaining habitats.


Adding a living wall to an interior space reduces levels of many common harmful VOCs such as benzene, formaldehyde, and carbon monoxide. Living wall plants not only release oxygen, they also trap particulate matter and CO2. By increasing humidity, living walls also greatly reduce the negative effects of aridity such as dry eyes, difficulty concentrating, and fatigue.

Soften sound waves

Living walls provide acoustic dampening and sound attenuation by absorbing and refracting sound waves. This reduces distracting echoes in large rooms and dampens vexing street noise in urban areas.