Gallery: BIOWALL


We love the idea of living walls here at Inhabitat, and if we could turn every surface into a living surface, we would. That’s why we were so struck by’s stunning new BioWall, which was just launched at the NewBritishDesigners exhibition in Amsterdam with Droog Design.

The BioWall is a lace-like, three dimensional fiberglass structure that acts as a sort of modern trellis for growing vine plants. The springy fiberglass rods are bowed into rings and woven into several dodecahedra that in turn are joined together, creating a sturdy yet flexible organic structure that resembles bubbles, living cells and water molecules.

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  1. GregAlreadyExists February 27, 2012 at 4:25 pm


    Can you buy this somewhere?

  2. You can feel it March 22, 2006 at 6:35 am

    Wonderful design – congratulations!

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