Interior landscaping firm Ambius’ recently installed “living” walls at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center’s SoundWaves water park. While it grabs visitor’s attention because of its size, the wall also serves a greater biophilic purpose.
According to GB&D magazine, over 3,000 square feet of “living” walls were installed to serve three purposes: break up space, add privacy and function as art. The walls also assist with indoor air quality.
Many of the walls are double-sided, with the plants installed while still in their nursery pods. The tray system makes tending to the plants easier.
Learn more about the process of developing and installing the walls here.
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