Welcome to the latest edition of Green Wall News.
This month we have a smorgasbord of stories about green walls, green architecture and green design approaches. Speaking of design approaches, people often confuse biominicry with biophilia (AgroSci’s Aerogation™ Green Walls, the most powerful air-purifying living wall technology on the market, incorporates elements of both). We have an excellent article explaining the difference.
We also have a BBC piece on the importance of introducing nature into the world’s increasingly congested cities and a Newsweek article about the growing problem of contaminated air both at work and home. In addition, we feature articles on an Italian villa covered entirely in green walls, renovation of an historic New York City skyscraper that includes green walls and living walls as a future food source in the U.K.
We continue to work on a wide variety of interesting projects here at AgroSci. We attended the American Association of Landscape Architects Annual Meeting and Expo in October. Meanwhile, our green wall at the Berkshire Botanical Garden continues to thrive.
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The AgroSci Team