We make the rounds of all top events in the green building industry checking on the latest products and trends. I just returned from Longwood Gardens. The hot topic was hotter than San Diego’s last heat wave: moss walls. As Bernie Sanders might say, moss walls were YUUUUGE! It’s been a long time since everyone was this excited about a single product.
The reasons are simple. Moss walls provide all the benefits of traditional living walls and several more. They can thrive in nearly any indoor setting. Growing conditions can be far from perfect – but they don’t need any light, water or maintenance. Put a frame around them and you have art that fulfill our biophlic needs. They allow many different types of shapes and can fit into any space. Color combinations are infinite, including a lot not found in nature.
When talented designers put their creativity to work on moss walls, tAdding driftwood, rocks, shells, mushroom the possibilities are unlimited. See the photos here showing you several of my favorite moss walls from around the world.
If you like what you see, or can imagine more, get in touch with us at Good Earth Plant Company. Show us your space and your taste, and let’s see what we can create for your home, business, gallery, or other places.
Bluebeam, Pasadena, California
Good Earth Plant Company recently installed this moss wall at the Bluebeam software company in Pasadena, California. This shows how even a simple moss wall can transform a space.
Office Lobby, Los Angeles
GreenScaped Buildings did its first moss wall installation for a company in Los Angeles. We worked with Samantha Bossu and her team from Decora, who worked with us on putting up the wall.
Lena Restaurant, La Jolla
Good Earth Plants designed this moss wall for the new La Jolla restaurant “Lena.” The red “plus signs” are part of the restaurant’s Mexican influenced branding design incorporated into the wall. The back side is also moss in a camouflage pattern.
Kings’ Cross Picnic, London
British artist Anna Garforth created this moss wall in Kings’ Cross, London.
DownTown Hotel, Mexico City
This spectacular three story high moss wall was created at the Hotel DownTown in Mexico City by the design company Flodeau.
Staircase Wall, Germany
Moss wall along a staircase in a German home, created by Stylegreen.
Silver Kitchen, Canada
One of the benefits of working with moss walls is the wide variety of colors. Here this gray moss wall blends perfectly in this modern kitchen in Canada.
Vertical Screen Divider, Madrid
This display at the Madrid design firm “Casa Decor” shows off the color versatility of moss wall forms
Downtown Design Art Exhibit, Dubai
This moss wall art project is “Green Dunes” by italian artist Aldo Cibic. It was created for the exhibit “Downtown Design” in Dubai last December.