Florafelt Pocket Planters

Urban Renewal Grows in Cleveland

Architect Marika Shioiri-Clark revitalizes a neighborhood by working with the community to construct Cleveland's largest living wall using the Florafelt System.

Watch extended interviews with the architect and neighbors.

Florafelt Vertical Garden Planters were mounted to horizontal lumber supports bolted to the brick facade.

Architect Marika Shioiri-Clark. Hingetown Cleveland Living Wall. Florafelt Vertical Garden System.

Architect Marika Shioiri-Clark and a group of dedicated community volunteers bring the head-turning beauty of living walls to Cleveland's up-and-coming Hingetown district.

Community Volunteers. Hingetown Cleveland Living Wall. Florafelt Vertical Garden System.
Community Volunteers. Hingetown Cleveland Living Wall. Florafelt Vertical Garden System.
Community Volunteers. Hingetown Cleveland Living Wall. Florafelt Vertical Garden System.
Community Volunteers. Hingetown Cleveland Living Wall. Florafelt Vertical Garden System.

A wide variety of sedums and hearty grasses will grow into a seamless cliffside of cascading foliage.

Architect Marika Shioiri-Clark. Hingetown Cleveland Living Wall. Florafelt Vertical Garden System.

Reclaimed water from rooftop rain runoff will irrigate the vertical garden for an exciting, eye-catching and ecological icon in an area flourishing from urban renewal.

Architect Marika Shioiri-Clark. Hingetown Cleveland Living Wall. Florafelt Vertical Garden System.

Architect Marika Shioiri-Clark. Hingetown Cleveland Living Wall. Florafelt Vertical Garden System.