White paper: The importance of good lighting for a green wall

Outdoor plants naturally receive a lot of light from the sun – the largest and most natural light source on earth. Interior plants, on the other hand, do not always get sufficient light. This also applies to plants that have been incorporated into an indoor living wall. Light is vital for plants, not only determining their day and night rhythm, but also the season and life cycle. Plants convert the energy of light into food through photosynthesis. No wonder then, that light is of great importance for their growth and health!

But what kind and how much additional lighting is required to keep an indoor living wall in optimal condition? We explain this in more detail in our white paper ‘Effectiveness of light’. We answer the questions why, how much and what type of light is best for an indoor green wall. We also show how a good lighting plan can be made using various luminaires. Download the white paper via the button below!

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The office building from architectural firm Bark Arkitekter in Stavanger, Norway, has been adorned with a green eyecatcher by installing a SemperGreenwall Outdoor.

Orlando, FL | USA

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Amsterdam | The Netherlands

The sustainable Hyatt Regency hotel in Amsterdam has been supplied with a green indoor- and outdoor-wall from Sempergreen. Partly thanks to this, the hotel has been named as the most sustainable hotel in the Netherlands.

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