Green Walls in High-Rise Buildings

Green Walls in High-Rise Buildings: An output of the CTBUH Sustainability Working Group, The Images Publishing Group Pty Ltd (2014)

“For centuries, green walls have been used in building construction to shade building walls and atriums, to shield buildings from wind, and to cultivate agricultural plants.  The original concept of vertical vegetation, including a wide use of green walls, can be traced to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon (Kohler 2008), one of the seven ancient wonders of the world, dating from between 600 to 800 B.C.”