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Beauty - Wall greening is attractive!

Beauty may be the first and the most significant argument for green façades...for buildings both old and modern, residential and commercial, as well as for warehouses, parking garages, and so forth. Wall greening can greatly beautify public and private spaces. The Ideas section and this page are meant to help you right from the start! 

House greened with grapevine

Wall Greening versus Architecture

Speaking of beauty is never easy, because "beauty is in the eye of the beholder." Naturally, what pleases one may not please another. Wall greening can be mild and structured or wild and unkempt, but to a certain degree, maintenance and care are always essential. Otherwise, damage occurs and then needs to be reckoned with. Wall greening and architecture can work together! Sometimes it's the small things that make a difference or just cosmetic corrections that beautify a facade-- for example, a little Clematis trellis. But large wall surfaces in backyards can be benefited just as much. Ugly spaces can be covered and concealed. Contrasts can be intensified or softened. And some of the monotone industrial architecture only needs some greening to appear less dense or lifeless.

Silver lace vine, wisteria, Akebia and other vegetation.
Wall greening at a shopping mall in Konstanz / Baden-Wuerttemberg

Examples for beautiful wall greening

The variety of photos show how different ways of wall greening and architecture can complement one another. Please click on the photos.

The wall of a multi-storey home greened with Dutchman's Pipe.
A façade with Wisteria plants
Wall greening with different climbing plants
Climbing roses on a building (probably "Laguna")
A modern house with Wisteria on a T-formed wire rope system
Wisteria on a multi-axle lattice on a housing complex in a "Gated Area" in Berlin
Wall greening with wild vines
"Façade Garden" with Roses
Wall greening with grape vine (fruitless wild grape) on an outbuilding
Wall greening with ivy - Paradise in a Berlin courtyard
A green wall of ivy