Gallery: Edmonton Airport Unveils Massive Air-Cleaning Living Green Wal...

Edmonton International Airport in Canada has a beautiful new addition that will not only turn heads, but also make the indoors a healthier place to be. The living green wall by Vancouver-based Green Over Grey features 8,000 plants representing 32 different species. The triptych living installation was inspired by cloud formations and two famous abstract paintings by Canadian artists Emily Carr and Donald Flathe. Built with recycled materials, the huge living installation works to draw pollutants and CO2 from the air and returns fresh oxygen and moisture, making the airport terminal a much sweeter place.

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  1. Green Joy May 24, 2012 at 6:54 am

    Wow, it’s beautiful. Being in an airport is a stressful situation, and this will definitely work wonders on people’s nerves. Great job.

    Juan Miguel Ruiz

  2. sarita_inde May 23, 2012 at 6:50 pm

    Wow! This is an amazing installation! I hope to see this living green wall prototype in airports across America.

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