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Looking Closely at Green Walls in Alberta

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 10, 2012 08:14 AM
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by Glenn Meyers last modified Oct 09, 2012

Matt Mirandi has sent us some information on green walls featured on ecomagination and created by Green Over Grey. He introduces the subject with convincing written parlance: "Green walls are awesome. They’re art; they help promote relaxation and healing, reduce indoor pollution (and noise pollution too) and if executed properly, can reduce a building’s heating and cooling costs by 15 percent."




 

 

Matt Mirandi has sent us some information on green walls featured on ecomagination and created by Green Over Grey. He introduces the subject with convincing written parlance: “Green walls are awesome.  They’re art; they help promote relaxation and healing, reduce indoor pollution (and noise pollution too) and if executed properly, can reduce a building’s heating and cooling costs by 15 percent.”

With this introduction, take a visit to the green  walls in Edmonton International Airport in Alberta, Canada. I think he is absolutely correct.

Growing Up: Green Walls Flip Parks On Their Sides

Source: ecomagination

Photos:  Living Wall at Edmonton International Airport Courtesy Green Over Grey/Merle Prosofsky



 

 

 
 
 

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