CaixaForum Living Wall, Madrid, Spain

Patrick Blanc is a horticulturalist who is known for his skill in creating stunning living green walls. This wall on the CaixaForum Museum in Madrid calls to mind a masterful painting with its powerful brushstrokes of bold colors. Over 15,000 plants from more than 250 species adorn the exterior wall of the building.

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