vertical greening

更新时间:2021-12-02 11:25:42点击:40740 International dynamics

If vertical greening is not easy to understand, the nickname of “planting trees on the house” may be easier to understand. Vertical greening in the field of landscape design has been widely used in urban design in the past decade. The concept of vertical green wall: vertical green wall is also called vertical greening and three-dimensional greening.
Due to the limited land in the city, it is necessary to make full use of the space to plant various plants or tall climbing vines on walls, balconies, windowsills, roofs, scaffolds, etc. Its function is even greater. It can improve the urban heat island effect, beautify the environment, effectively reduce the urban drainage load, avoid urban water accumulation, dust and noise reduction, ecological environmental protection, is a natural oxygen fertilizer, beneficial to people's health, and also It can save energy and reduce consumption, make the room warm in winter and cool in summer, comfortable and pleasant, and greatly save the investment cost of urban greening.
Human culture and history flourish in cities, from small gatherings of nomads to metropolises all over the world today, from no complete structure, no permanence, no landscape or architectural concept, to all kinds of cities we can observe Structure, row upon row of tall buildings, hard infrastructure runs through the corners of the city, and gray concrete forests squeeze the current city status of green landscape space.
In the past, most of the world was green, but now a medium-developed city has 2% plants and 98% giant concrete structures. This has led to urban pollution problems, urban heat islands, and global changes. warm. The landscape design hopes to achieve urban greening to the greatest extent in the three-dimensional space of the city.
Mexico uses vertical greening to the pillars of highways. The designers hope to alleviate the pollution of the urban gray infrastructure to the urban environment, and use vertical greening to bring plant life into the urban transportation system, and at the same time alleviate the problem of highway fatigue driving.
From the urban scale, the Mexico Highway Vertical Garden Project not only enhances the beauty of the city and alleviates pollution, it is also committed to improving the impact of the light environment on space users and alleviating the environmental anxiety caused by the urban gray facilities to urban residents.
These green walls are made up of several types of plants that absorb pollutants and help alleviate the constant traffic noise while also producing oxygen. Plants rely on an automatic irrigation system to survive. The irrigation system can also use rainwater to grow in a material with a specific density. The roots of the plant are interwoven into the material to form a plant community ecosystem.

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