Sydney’s Green Square precinct welcomes greenwall billboard


The Greenwall Company have released their latest green living project, the greenwall billboard, located in the heart of Sydney’s

Green Square precinct- an environmentally friendly and sustainable urban environment that covers 278 hectares and includes the suburbs of Beaconsfield and Zetland, and parts of Rosebery, Alexandria and Waterloo in Sydney.

The Australian owned and operated company, The Greenwall Company have installed over 5,000 sqm of soil-less vertical living walls, grown on the surface of built structures in residential, commercial and retail projects all over Australia, New Zealand and Brasil.

Their new vertical billboard garden is made with 94% recycled materials that have been sourced from local suppliers and companies and spans over 43 sqm in size.

"This was a really fun project to work on", Mark Paul, founder of The Greenwall Company.

"We always love to push the boundaries and continue on our mission to green the built environment".

The Greenwall billboard is fitted with an automated irrigation system, and the plants have been selected to accommodate its south facing aspect and include ferns, spider plants. lilies, bromeliads and fuchsias.

Greenwalls are an innovative way to take waste products destined for Australian landfill to reduce our carbon footprint, while the green vertical planting creates a beautiful design feature.


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