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Switzerland is known for its clean air, and so it’s natural that living walls would be a perfect fit; they keep air circulating, act as a pollution filter and naturally produce oxygen. Put this together with a stunning mix of colours and contrasting leaf shapes and the result is pure, clean and relaxing. Our living walls bring a natural calm to any environment.

Our largest project with our partners in Zurich so far is our work at the HQ or the World Health Organisation, which boasts over 100 square metres of living walls.

Future Eco Systems

Living walls at World Health Organisation Headquarters in Geneva

Speak to Josh

If you're looking at a living wall project in Switzerland, get in touch with Josh at Future EcoSystems.

Joshua Egerton
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