boost urban biodiversity
improve air quality
Harnessing the power of nature to boost urban biodiversity
- Becoming an authority and champion for green infrastructure as an effective method of air quality and well-being improvement
- Educating on the undeveloped potential of green infrastructure in urban design
- Making the process of procuring and implementing green infrastructure simple whilst ensuring long term sustainability
Launching Series 2...
Live webinar learning series 2 on The Application of Living Walls in Architectural Design is here!
Using your feedback we've changed things up to bring you more live sessions on a variety of topics at different times each week.
New Living Dividers
Architects & Designers
There are many reasons to specify a living wall on your next project. Join the green revolution sweeping urban design and make your design stand out with a stunning biodiverse statement feature.
Deliver stunning finished projects with a trusted supply chain partner. Having worked with companies like Mace, Bam and Multiplex we are fully accredited and capable of completing high-end projects.
Asset Owners & Brands
Improve your asset portfolio with the addition of stunning green walls. Give your brand a sustainable image and increase footfall by creating a healthy space. Discover the ROI from a living wall.
ANS Global were great, they helped us from the beginning to the end of our project and their system was perfect. I couldn't fault them at all; they're a really good company to work with and I'd recommend them to everyone.
The living wall is fantastic, the natural lush greenery perfectly complements the urban backdrop and offers visitors an oasis of calm in a busy city centre. ANS Global were great to work with; they understood our vision and requirements from the offset and met these with enthusiasm and top quality service.
Making the world a greener place
We've worked across the globe integrating plants into the built environment in all manner of environments and climates. A selection of our projects are shown below on this map. To zoom, double-click or use the controls.