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Client Background

The client wanted to transform the facade of the appartment building whilst supporting the local environment and creating a stunning visual impact.

Featured Solution

  • ANS Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     25m² - 150m²

Project Drivers


Social Impact


living wall on angled residential building

Seasonal design

This living wall was installed on a unique angular facade at the back of the building.  We included four plant species which were designed to flower and create seasonal interest.

living wall on angled residential multi-storey building