Lifewall: A Modular Vertical Garden

Plants generally cleanse the air naturally and with the aim to have fresh air inside a home or structure; people normally set a vertical garden, which is obviously a hard thing to do. Today with the help of architect Emilio Llobat from Maqla Architects, Azahar Energy, and Ceracasa’s Lifewall, a modular vertical garden, having a vertical garden has never been easy. Each tile of the wall measures 1 square meter and has the ability to accommodate enough number of plants. Aside from the plants, the lifewall’s tiles also has the ability to enhance the air quality because it works in union the Bionictile, a porcelain tile that take advantage of the sun’s UV rays in breaking down the air’s nitrous oxide. When the two tiles work together, the Bionictile turns NOX into a fertilizer, which then the other tiles with the plants that increases the air quality of its surroundings do use.



Source: Ceracasa via Inhabitat


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