This living wall installation at Sempra Energy Headquarters is quite different than the typical LiveWall project. This San Diego project uses a custom-built frame to form a slope.
The living wall structure resembles a staircase, where each row of planters extends further out from the row above it. This application requires additional water than a typical living wall because each row has additional exposure and evaporation.
A selection of perennials fill the green wall planters. The photographs here demonstrate the living wall at the time of planting.