One last question on the vertical garden installation issue :
The architectural team responsible for the building asks what happens if we don’t build an extra panel in front of the facade where our plants will be attached.
The reason that we are attaching this panel is to let the air circulate around it and this is good for the plants, right?
They say if this panel is going to be isolated so that the irrigation water doesn’t leak outside, how will the air circulate?
Summarizing the issue, can we build our vertical garden on the existing facade without building another frame in front of it?
Of course, the facade material will be resistant to water etc. and what are the reasons to build a frame panel in front of the facade?
Q: What are the reasons to build a frame panel in front of the facade?
A: To attach the felt/fabric to the wall and to be able to use staples to fix the plants in their positions. The frame panel is a PVC kind material, so staples can punch holes. On the other hand, You cannot punch concrete with staples.
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