The plants grow vertically up a support structure that is anchored in the brickwork, ensuring the façade remains green all year round. When residents step out onto their balconies, they are entirely surrounded by plants. There are more green oases on the roof terraces and in the newly cultivated inner courtyard.
This living wall is made possible by a concealed, ventilated support structure, which is 16 m high and securely anchored in the wall of Wienerberger bricks. The six-storey building has a monolithic structure from the first-floor up, and the multi-storey construction is built from perlite-filled Porotherm bricks.
The insulation-filled bricks make it possible to build without additional external insulation, which increases the intrinsic value of the building and permanently minimises maintenance costs. The bricks have optimum fire protection, acoustic insulation, and thermal insulation properties. The internal walls are also built using unfilled, flat Porotherm bricks, which regulate the room temperature and humidity, and ensure that the living environment remains pleasant all year round.