Architectural Green Wall

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Applications: Signage & Marquee Backdrop, Brand Messaging, Topographical Art, Feature Walls Markets: Corporate Headquarters, Airports, Resorts & Hospitality, Public Venues

The term “Green Wall” is pretty far reaching – it can mean a single wall of solid green boxwood leaves, all woven into a gentle organic ocean, but it can also represent a real meaningful and intentional work of art. Breakthroughs in industrial design, manufacturing technology, as well as cultural shifts over the years have empowered designers and architects to incorporate Biophilic elements into everyday spaces. We’ve created an arsenal of botanically researched foliage and greenery that lets artists paint with a brand new kind of brush to represent their story.

Our experts at Commercial Silk have specialized skill sets from graphic design to horticulture to landscape architecture, giving you a perfectly rounded source for advice and answers. Choose from hundreds of foliage types to create a green wall that reflects your brand, whether that means artificial grasses for a micro-scale entryway sign, or thousands of artificial flowers for a multi-story feature wall, we have a palette that will satisfy.

Because Green Walls so commonly include a multitude of different plants, all with different watering needs, it can be incredibly difficult, frustrating, and expensive to keep up with a live green wall. Having to work within realistic constraints can also be a damper on your artistic freedom to express your brand. It’s for these reasons that there is just no substitute for artificial greenery in the world of Architectural Green Wall composition.

Whether you want a plain green backdrop, or an abstract map of the entire resort, there are truly no rules on what a green wall can become. As we find ourselves amid the Biophilic Movement, the popularity of Green Walls is only beginning to explode, and the versatility of the medium is being explored and developed every day. So what does an Architectural Green Wall mean for you?