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Love It or Hate It? Lifewall

Going green has taken on a whole new meaning with the creation of the Lifewall. When placed on a building's exterior, each one of these square-meter-sized panels helps to destroy harmful nitrogen oxides in the air. Putting vegetation on façades is made radically simple with the technologically advanced tiles, but the modern aesthetics may not be as exciting to everyone's tastes. I'm already a big fan, but what about you?

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jessfish25 jessfish25 5 years
It looks neat! I like it.
jessfish25 jessfish25 5 years
It looks neat! I like it.
Sundown321 Sundown321 5 years
I like it because it's not the classic look! This wall looks well kept and modern. Most walls covered in vines look dirty and uncared for.
kimmieb124 kimmieb124 5 years
^^ditto. I'd like it better if it was a more classic look. I love the look of ivy climbing up a brick building, but the forced look of this wall really isn't my style.
lilkimbo lilkimbo 5 years
Love the idea behind it, hate the way it looks.
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