Green facade structures take the concept of eco-living to a whole new level. These types of buildings not only incorporate sustainable measures into the buildings, but also make the entire design look like a garden.
Eco-friendly living is becoming increasingly important in today's society. With global warming becoming a concern, many designers are starting to thinking about sustainability along with functionality. These green facade structures outwardly show this concept, with plants and more growing from their walls.
The examples range in design, including homes built into a growing hillside to planters attached to an old wall. Those looking to show their reduced carbon footprint should think about incorporating green designs into their homes and workspaces. Every little effort can help to a healthier environment.
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By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Sep 17, 2012