WATCH: Incredible Timelapse Shows Installation of North America’s Largest Green Wall

September 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Eco, Green, Recycle

Click here to view the embedded video. Vancouver-based design firm Green over Grey just uploaded this incredible time-lapse for the installation process of North America’s largest green wall . Located in Surrey, British Columbia, this 10,150-square-foot double-sided green wall comprises 50,000 individual plants, most of which are native to British Columbia. The award-winning “Mountains & Trees, Waves & Pebbles” living wall project is fully hydroponic and created with 100 percent synthetic recycled materials. Read the rest of WATCH: Incredible Timelapse Shows Installation of North America’s Largest Green Wall Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “green wall” , “living wall” , british columbia , carbon sink , drip irrigation , ecopanels , green over grey , Guildford town , hydroponic , hydroponic green wall , LEED gold , surrey , synthetic recycled materials , timelapse

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WATCH: Incredible Timelapse Shows Installation of North America’s Largest Green Wall

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