greenscreen®'s unique wire space frame configuration can span between structural members or directly to a wall. The panel's depth creates a "captive growing space" for supporting vines and promoting healthy growth.

Phoenix Metro Light Rail

greenscreen® panels are used as infill to define space and to provide shade during the day

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mario bellini architects: taipei pop music center

Lavender Trumpet Vine, also known as Clytostoma callistegioides, growing on a greenscreen® panel.  USDA Hardiness Zones 9-11.  


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Lavender Trumpet Vine, also known as Clytostoma callistegioides, growing on a greenscreen® panel.  USDA Hardiness Zones 9-11.  

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Comcast, Grand Rapids, MI

Wall mounted greenscreen® panels with freshly planted vines. 

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City Walk, Universal City, CA 


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City Walk, Universal City, CA

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Hedge-A-Matic modular planters with greenscreen® panels define and enclose space based on individual design requirements.  Planters are fiberglass and available in custom colors. 


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Hedge-A-Matic modular planters with greenscreen® panels define and enclose space based on individual design requirements.  Planters are fiberglass and available in custom colors. 

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archilovers:

Mamun Residence, West Bengal, 2013 - Shatotto, architecture for green living http://bit.ly/1ztt2tx #architecture

archilovers:

Mamun Residence, West Bengal, 2013 - Shatotto, architecture for green living http://bit.ly/1ztt2tx #architecture

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India Spiretec

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India Spiretec

Capitol Records Building, Los Angeles, CA

Freestanding greenscreen® fills break in masonry wall. 

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