(Image: https://negativespace.co/page/1/1062)Living walls are often used to increase the appearance of a building and supply a dramatic facade. Here are a few examples of some famous green walls from around the globe. 1. Van Gough Wall - The National Gallery - London The National Gallery in London's Trafalgar Square delighted tourists next year with a Van Gogh inspired green wall. 'A Wheatfield with Cypresses' was re-created with vertical planting. Excitingly, once the plants grew and became competent, the photo became more visible. The wall incorporated over 8000 plants and was situated immediately outside of the gallery itself. It took only three days to put in, and remained set up through the entire summertime. 2. Musee du Quai Branly - Paris Installed in 2005, this vertical garden wall covers 4 stories and 8600 square ft of wall, in reality, the entire north west wall. It's prominent location (about the banks in the Seine near to the Eiffel Tower), makes this situation one of the most famous (and many photographed) living walls on the planet. 3. Semiahmoo Library Green Wall - Vancouver The Semiahmoo library in Vancouver, Canada, may be the largest of the type in North America. It covers 3000 sq ft and contains over 10,000 plants, including perennials, shrubs and even small trees. The design company aimed to encourage 'bees, butterflies and hummingbirds' towards the area. The wall was positioned in 2010 and will continue to flourish and delight. 4. Caxia Forum - Madrid Installed for the side of a classic power station, the vertical garden wall from the Caxia Forum is four stories high possesses 15,000 plants. Now a contemporary art gallery and museum, the dwelling contrasts the green from the wall while using rusted iron around the surrounding roof, use a dramatic landscape with this cultural Spanish hotspot. 5. Crystal Cruises Living Wall Amazingly, living walls have finally made their way onto the high seas, within the form of the green wall up to speed a cruise liner. The wall measures 37.7 ft by 7.9 ft featuring its design incorporating, quite fittingly, a guide in the world. 6. Hampton Court Flower Show & Chelsea Flower Show In recent times, green walls and vertical gardens are becoming an everyday feature of the main horticultural shows, including Chelsea and Hampton Court. Many show gardens feature living walls heavily. As a rule, once they have appeared at Chelsea, it's simply a a few time before they start appearing with the spine gardens across the land.