College of Architecture Concept, Cordoba, Spain

What better place to highlight green walls than at a college of architecture? This plan, devised by Architects Thomas and Javier Garcia Píriz Castilian Pulido of CUAC Architecture, would cover the east and south walls of the already-impressive Art Nouvea building in lush vegetation.

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