In Hong Kong, Vertical green wall become more and more popular. Green wall, a composition of different kinds of vegetation cultivated on a wall with growing medium, such as soil. Most of them also have an integrated water delivery system. can be external or internal and and come in a great variety of sizes. Vertical green wall is visible from offices, meeting rooms, building surface as well as the main entrance hall in Hong Kong.
Green wall also called vertical gardens, vertical walls or bio walls. Vertical garden are a natural extension of the green building movement a boon to environmentalists and backyard gardeners alike because they can cool tall buildings, clean the air and absorb storm-water runoff. By installing vertical garden, the owners of the Building are contributing to citizens’ health and productivity, it’s also a beautiful installation. Environmentally friendly, energy savers, nice to see are a great solution both for citizens and the environment.
Vertical Gardens were a highlight at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show (MIFGS), 2009. Green walls have seen a recent surge in popularity. Many Iconic green walls has been constructed by Institutions and in public places such as Airports which are now becoming common, to improve the aesthetics.
Patrick Blanc is sometimes credited as having developed the concept in the late 1980s, but the actual inventor is Stanley Hart White, a Professor of Landscape Architecture who patented a green wall system in 1938.
Architect F. Bollani, who has created the biggest green wall in Italy, giving a green heart to the Shopping Center with about 44,000 seedlings of 200 different species covering about 1,250 mq.