Green Facade Wall System
greenscreen® is a three-dimensional modular trellis system providing you with endless combinations for creating green facades, freestanding elements, shapes and fencing. greenscreen® can transform space or define it… act as a wall, change a facade or create an environment.
Use as a vertical freestanding element or as a cover for existing posts. Coiled or flat for easy field installation in standard or custom diameters.
Use for describing curved surfaces, for covering walls, as freestanding fences, screens or enclosures.
Sizes: Applications can combine panel shapes, attach to structure, and create unique forms with notching, tapers, and mitres.
Recommended adjacent to pedestrian traffic or where edge reinforcement is required for special mounting conditions or long term maintenance. #5104 Steel Channel Trim or #5105 Steel Edge Trim can be added to panels in multiple configurations, but is not necessary to maintain panel rigidity.
Used as a flush mounting clip for wall mounted or steel mounted greenscreen panels. Clip provides full depth panel support for uplift and downloading.
Recommended for use as a mounting bracket for wall mounted greenscreen panels to support screens held off the wall surface a maximum of 18"
For shorter privacy screens for venues like patios, restaurants, entries and decks we have Curved Rectangular, Rectangular and Square shapes used in combinations with screens to 42" and 58" height. These are featured in our Hedge-A-Matic family of planters, and are available in over twenty colors and several textures.
1. Green facade/trellis technology comprised of panels, attachments, trim, accessories, etc.
2. Plant material that grows through, around and up using the captive growing space of the 3 dimensional trellis.
The design and proper installation of the green facade/trellis component of greenscreen® is critical to the success of your project and so are the considerations that should be made regarding plant material. Plant material is the living component of the greenscreen® system and will need to be addressed at these stages of a project:
Last Update: 2018-08-28