;(function(o,l,a,r,k,y){if(o.olark)return; r="script";y=l.createElement(r);r=l.getElementsByTagName(r)[0]; y.async=1;y.src="//"+a;r.parentNode.insertBefore(y,r); y=o.olark=function(){k.s.push(arguments);k.t.push(+new Date)}; y.extend=function(i,j){y("extend",i,j)}; y.identify=function(i){y("identify",k.i=i)}; y.configure=function(i,j){y("configure",i,j);k.c[i]=j}; k=y._={s:[],t:[+new Date],c:{},l:a}; })(window,document,"static.olark.com/jsclient/loader.js"); olark.identify('9050-296-10-7157');

United Arab Emirates

The concept of living walls is fast catching on in Dubai, UAE, thanks to their aesthetic appeal, ability to improve energy efficiency and also act as a powerful noise and pollution filter. Sustainable economic development is the focus of government plans everywhere, but especially in the UAE. As a result, finding ways to ensure urban landscaping development is carried out using the newest technology in smart landscaping globally is becoming an area of major focus for developers, architects and planners in the region.

"For the first time in the history of the UAE we have managed to install successful green walls that can survive the extreme climate."

Desert Turfcare

Desert Turfcare

Get in touch

If you're looking at a living wall project in the UAE, our Sales Director, Scott Anderson is the person to speak to.  He'll be able to introduce you to our partner and get the ball rolling.

Scott Anderson
Contact via LinkedIn