Greeningup is a global provider of greening solutions for architects and urban landscapers. Our technologies contribute to the development of a visually soothing biophilic oasis that is beneficial to the mind, body, and spirit, as well as the environment.
To design the ultimate living wall system, we assembled the most skilled professionals in their respective fields. Our team is comprised of precision living wall engineers, world-class plant cultivators and growers, and the future generation of storm water mitigation and irrigation specialists.
Therme Group, a global pioneer in wellness resorts, and Weverling, a European leader in greening construction and maintenance, are official partners who endorse and deploy our nature-based solutions in their respective projects.
A living wall consists of two sections. First, a framework that can be freestanding or wall-bolted for securing planter sets.
Next is to provide optimal conditions for potted plants to survive. As with any other outdoor space, this will depend on plant selection based on location and environmental factors, water quality, irrigation, lighting, and well-drained substrate.
Biophilia is our natural connection to nature. Plants boost health, well-being, and productivity.
Urban life can be stressful, severing this relationship and affecting our mental and physical health. Traditional planting isn’t always practical, especially when space is limited (financially and physically), yet living walls connect people with nature even in heavily crowded urban situations.
Installations of living walls offer sustainable solutions for several buildings and bring value to any building, business, or community.
Living walls can minimise building heat transfer by 50%, manage ambient and building temperatures, alleviate sick building syndrome, and lengthen the lifespan of fascia. In green environments, they are known to increase foot traffic and visitor stay duration and reduce vandalism and crime rates.
Living wall flora improves urban biodiversity by providing a variety of birds and insects with breeding, feeding, and sheltering habitats.
They remove hazardous volatile organic compounds and dust particles from the air, minimise storm water runoff, reduce urban noise pollution by up to 50 percent, and help offset carbon dioxide emissions.
Acknowledging that climate change constitutes a threat to the economy, nature, and society as a whole, our company pledges to take prompt action in order to:
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by half by 2030
Obtain net zero emissions by 2050
Annually communicate our progress
In doing so, we are proud to be recognised by the United Nations’ Race to Zero initiative and to join governments, corporations, communities, regions, and universities around the world that share the same aim.