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Iconic Slovenian pavilion on Dubai Expo provided with Urbanscape® SemperGreenwall

Posted on Monday 22 March, 2021 At the Dubai Expo, the oval-designed building at the Slovenian pavilion has been equipped all around with an Urbanscape® SemperGreenwall which represents the nature of Slovenia and creates a striking appearance at the World Expo. Read more

The Power of Plants

Posted on Monday 05 October, 2020 Living green walls add great visual appeal to an exterior space. However, the challenge is, how do we keep these lush vertical gardens permanently green? The answer lies in the plant selection. Read more

McDonald's opens energy-neutral flagship restaurant in Disney World Florida with living walls

Posted on Wednesday 30 September, 2020 McDonald’s -the world’s largest restaurant chain - recently opened its newest and highly sustainable flagship restaurant at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Read more

The Platform Utrecht: A green oasis in a Dutch city

Posted on Friday 26 June, 2020 In the heart of the Dutch city of Utrecht, "The Platform" has arisen - a mixed-use community building for living, working and playing. This MircoCity is built in a prime location in Utrecht, on top of the tram and bus terminal Uithoflijn and directly adjacent to the station’s square. Read more

Sempergreen expands into Australia

Posted on Friday 12 June, 2020 Sempergreen is pleased to announce that it has entered into a new international partnership with Travis Holmes of VertiScape in Australia. VertiScape has been active in green roofs and living walls in South East Australia since 2009 and is based in Melbourne. Read more

Living wall system Sempergreen receives Cradle to Cradle certificate

Posted on Thursday 09 April, 2020 A Cradle to Cradle product is the ultimate form of sustainability. Sempergreen is therefore proud to announce that its living wall system, called SemperGreenwall, has obtained the bronze Cradle to Cradle certification. This is in line with Sempergreen's mission to contribute to creating a green and liveable world, while keeping the ecological footprint as small as possible. Read more