In this paper, several steps for our research, in which the green walls are dealt with (documentation of the spread of green walls in Europe and housing by us with interior and exterior green walls), as well as continuous approaches (such as an invention patent for supporting green wall system), and in general the land art (contribution to the reconstruction of L’Aquila or simply representing the concept of space) are presented. Employing our experience, we will help the virtual and real land art work management, as well as contributing with two creations of us: virtual houses with green walls, which can be presented in real-time applications, and available on the Internet, as well as an alternative photographic exhibition in which the green plant materials as well as Art Nouveau wall drawings come to a dialogue. The research will help to highlight the contribution of green walls to landscape design and to the dissemination of this knowledge, which is currently not enjoying so much awareness. Increased awareness will help employment in post-disaster situations, which is the author’s area of research.
KeywordsGreen wall Pocket park Geotextile Interwar Public participation Art Nouveau Cost Earthquake Multimedia Installation Interior
This paper is based on work developed within a DOMUS scholarship supported by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the Corvinus University of Budapest. The views and conclusions contained in the paper are those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
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