Louis Vuitton Green Living Walls

The green wall movement is catching on all over, and not just with tree huggers. This Louis Vuitton building in Paris was aging and needed a facelift, but rather than giving it an extensive architectural makeover, GAS Design Group decided to give it a touch of green. The group came up with a concept called Topiade, which would give the building an “alive” feeling that would touch LV customers and remind them of that fresh, alive feeling every time they use a Louis Vuitton product.

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