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The Living Wall Comes to Life

Reminiscent of the lush hillside that provides the iconic backdrop of Beverly Hills, the sculptural facade of Gardenhouse is the canvas for the largest living wall in the country. After meticulous engineering and planning, we’re thrilled to share that the sustainable, ever-evolving art piece is nearly complete.

Robb Report Spotlights Gardenhouse as Luxe Beverly Hills Village Where Nature Meets Modernity

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Intelligently designed to block out the sounds of the city, the living wall comprises 6,700 square feet with approximately 45,000 drought tolerant plants of 21 varieties, all of which transform with the seasons. Designed and developed by Seasons Natural Engineering, the wall has been devised with a thoughtful hydroponic system that uses recycled water and felt made from recycled plastic bottles, keeping the flora hydrated while also helping to cool down the building.

An innovative and beautiful model for architectural sustainability, the living wall at Gardenhouse is designed to foster a more seamless coexistence with nature and architecture, inspiring an existence rooted in both simplicity and thoughtful luxury.

MAD’s Innovative Design Takes Form

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