A variety of 8500 plants surrounding the escalators in the Huntington Center in Ohio
- Location: Columbus, Ohio
- Dealer: Suite Plants
This project is located in the Huntington Center building in Columbus, Ohio. Originally designed by Skidmore, Owing & Merrill and developed by Hines in 1984, the Huntington Center is covered with imperial red granite and bronze-colored glass. The Huntington is an office building with 37 floors spanning one million square meters and got a complete makeover in 2019. The 33-year-old received a completely new look, designed by the architectural firm Design Collective Inc. A Green living wall surrounds the escalators of the impressive atrium.
Green living wall surrounds escalators
A green wall with a height of 2 floors spanning 224 square meters with 8500 plants was realized in the lobby of the Huntington Center building. This unique green wall surrounds the escalators in the lobby of the Huntington Center building and its height makes it a true eye-catcher in the entrance of the building. The green wall in the lobby will remain green the whole year, even when the world outside turns brown and gray in the winter.
The LivePanel green wall system is characterized by its low water consumption, lightweight design, and modular structure. Over the years, the popularity of the green walls has strongly increased. Many architects are increasingly implementing green walls in their new designs for new construction or renovation of existing buildings. This is partly due to the proven positive effects of plants in the living, working, and learning environments. In this way, the customer benefits from the advantages of a green climate. Improving the indoor climate increases productivity and creativity, which can have a positive effect on executive activities in business.
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