Project Type: Common Areas

University Of Ottawa

Architect: Diamond & Schmitt Architects

At six stories high, this is the tallest living Biofilter wall in North America. The wall is located in the beautiful skylit atrium and can also be seen from outside the building.

The wall is fully integrated into the building’s air handling system and can treat 13,806 cfm of air. All of the building’s humidity is also provided by the wall and no mechanical humidification is needed. The University’s administration is seeking LEED Gold Certification for the building.

WESST Corporation

Architect: Diamond and Schmitt

The LEED Silver building is the first Living Wall that Nedlaw has been apart of for LEED in the United States. A great project that incorporates great natural light emitted through the glass fronting exterior wall.

St. Gabriel’s Passionist Parish

Architects: Larkan

The first LEED Gold religious facility in Canada.

The Remington Group

  • Located in the sales office of downtown Markham by the Remington Group, Markham, Ontario
  • A free standing two-sided wall that measures 7m wide and 2.5m high for an approximate area of 35m²
  • Natural light is supplemented by architectural fixtures
  • The 243 acre site is the largest LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)-certified project to date in Canada

W.G. Johnson Pool

Architect: City of Cambridge

The first living wall installed inside a pool area.  This living wall bio-filter is able to remove odors while breaking down contaminants. This living wall completely removes the smell of chlorine from the air.

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