National Gallery’s Living Wall & Van Gogh

We love the artistry and practicality of living walls. The National Gallery in London has taken it to the next level, with a replication of Van Gogh’s A Wheatfield, with Cypresses using over 8,000 plants and more than 26 varieties of greenery. The project is part of the museum’s carbon reduction strategy and is a collaboration with GE, who sponsored the creation of this living masterpiece.

For more check out our sources below.

[Sources: ANA Living Wall Systems, The National Gallery, Treehugger]


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