Creative Idea of Green Living Wall Design in London. Here, we present a wall of overgrown by plant life, appears as a wall of living green and full of life. The design is intended to reduce carbon pollution reduction strategies as well as well as beautiful decoration cities, unique and interesting. This artwork into something noteworthy, given the dual functionality is very useful for residents as well as the surrounding environment. This work is an artistic art “Living Wall” replica of the famous Van Gogh’s 1889 painting “A Wheatfield, with pine trees that appear in front of The National Gallery in London. Collaboration between General Electric and museums.
National Gallery in London has been switched to LED lighting in all the galleries and this project promises a creative way to continue the plan. Gallery plan long term to reduce carbon footprint was found outlets on the screen magnificent greenery at the front door. More than 8,000 plants from 25 varieties are used to replicate the bold colors in Van Gogh’s original paintings. Vertical garden three days to install and now sits proudly in an effort to modernize the way we view our resources decreases. Also looks like the original painting, the green wall was created to blossom as the season lasts. A total of 640 modules vertically planted in nurseries and ready to be installed outside the National Gallery.