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Terapia Urbana’s Vertical Garden Brightens a Seville Hospital with 40 Species of Lush Greenery

Posted By Charley Cameron On October 23, 2012 @ 12:20 pm In Design,Reader Submitted Content,Vertical Garden | No Comments

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Terapia Urbana [2], a company founded by architects and engineers at the University of Seville has installed this beautiful vertical garden [3] at the USP Sagrado Corazón Clinic in Spain. The first vertical garden to be installed in a hospital center in Europe, the wall features a high-tech system that controls the garden with pH, temperature and humidity probes. The design includes more than 1,400 plants from some 40 species, and it’s inspired by Burle Marx [4]‘s “Hanging Garden.”

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[2] Terapia Urbana: http://www.terapiaurbana.es

[3] vertical garden: http://inhabitat.com/vertical-garden

[4] Burle Marx: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roberto_Burle_Marx

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