A Brief Study on Green Wall technology

Vipin Singh


Plants have served humanity since the dawn of time, supplying food, clothing, building materials and a host of other goods. With the advent of the modern industrial city, now home to more than half of the world’s population, planners, designers and urban advocates are once again turning to plants – green infrastructure- as a key strategy to provide cleaner air and water, while improving living environments, human health and mental wellbeing. The integration of the living, organic systems characterized by green walls and green roofs, with the inorganic and lifeless structures that have come to dominate modern architecture, holds the promise of a new type of ‘living’ architecture.

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