Largest North American Living Wall, Pittsburgh

Although it looks like a piece of digital art, this living wall was recently installed on the side of the PNC building in Pittsburgh. Made up of 14,448 plants over a 2,380 square-foot area, this amazing feat not only looks beautiful, but reduces heat on the south-facing wall by 25% in the warmer months.

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