We were recently sent images by our friends at Plantscapes in Seattle, who just completed the installation of this TerraScreen living wall. It is part of a “workplace lab” for a very large software company in Seattle. They are continually updating the way that they structure their workspaces, and invited Plantscapes to install a living wall as a demonstration project. In addition to what you see above, they will be installing a custom one-row TerraScreen panel on the endcap, to complete the wrap-around look. They wanted to leave the end exposed initially so that the employees could understand how the system works.
On March 24-28, 2010, the Boston Flower and Garden Show will be held at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. Tournesol Siteworks is pleased to announce that the VGM Modular Living Wall system will be part of an exhibit at the show.
Mahoney’s Garden Centers will be constructing a 1200 sq.ft. landscape installation for the show and has incorporated the VGM system into their design. Mahoney’s teamed up with BISCO, Tournesol Siteworks’ local New England distributor, to get the 10” deep VGM modules in early February so they could start the grow-in process for the show. After just a few short weeks in Mahoney’s greenhouse, the modules are filling in nicely and should be full and lush for the show.
Check back during the show for updated news and photos on the VGM Modular Living Wall.
If you are attending the February 24th Office and Commercial Real Estate Expo put on by BOMA-Suburban Chicago (Building Owners and Managers Association) at the Drury Lane-Oak Brook, you have to stop by the Greens by White booth (booth #705) and see the spectacular TerraScreen Interior Living Wall display they have put together for the show. Their display shows the potential of how living walls can enhance your property or place of business.
Not able to make the Expo on February 24th? Greens by White will also be exhibiting and bringing the TerraScreen Interior Living Wall to BOMA-Chicago’s 5th Annual Trade Show held on May 13, 2010 at The Merchandise Mart in Chicago. Booth number to be announced.
Have you ever wondered what the inside of a big-time corporate boardroom looked like? I know I did. It was fun for us to work on this relatively small terrace project for one of the financial service titans in San Francisco. They recently moved buildings, and found themselves with a boardroom looking over an undecorated rooftop. The view was great, but the roof wasn’t. They brought in landscape architects Smith+Smith in San Francisco to soften the view. Continue reading Terrace at 211 Main St., San Francisco→