Project Type: Award Winning

Queen’s University

Architect: B + H Architects

Winner of multiple awards including innovation in architecture from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, the Queens Biofilter has been a great tool used in the environmentally focused building.  The Queens University website highlights the great features that were used in the design.

Royal Botanical Gardens

Architect: Diamond and Schmitt Architects

The Royal Botanical Garden’s new Camilla and Peter Dalglish Atrium was awarded LEED Silver with 2 Nedlaw Living Wall Biofilters helping that cause.  These Biowalls were also the recipients of the Green Roofs for Healthy Cities Living Wall of the year award.

Carleton University

Architect: Moriyama & Teshima Architects

The living wall is located in the three story atrium of the River building, overlooking the scenic Rideau River. The building has achieved a five out of five Green Globes rating for sustainable design. The wall can treat 5,725 cfm of air while beautifying the indoor space.

Drexel University

Architect: Diamond & Schmitt Architects

This five-story Biofilter living wall is the located in the atrium of the new Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building (PISB) at Drexel University in Philadelphia. The wall is North America’s largest living biofilter and the only such structure at a U.S. university.

The 6.7m wide and 24.3m high biofilter assisted the PISB in earning Gold LEED-certification. The wall also earned Parker Urban Greenscapes (a division of Parker Interior Plantscape, Inc) two awards at the PIA Interior Plantscape Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet at the 2012 Industry Expo.

Photo Credit:”Sean Corbett, Drexel University”