- 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
This Living Wall in downtown Toronto has been one of the fullest and lushest living walls we have ever created. With great lighting and a great space, the living wall at Allied is truly a site to behold.
Architect: Ziedler Architects
One of the first living walls ever installed by Nedlaw, then known as Air Quality Solutions, the Robertson Building is owned and operated by Urbanspace Property Group. For the clients perspective on the living wall, check out their website.
Architects: Diamond and Schmitt
The Toronto Regional Conservation Authority showed its commitment to helping the environment by greening their indoor space with a Nedlaw Living Wall Biofilter. This two sided living wall shows some of the versatility that Nedlaw offers.