Artificial Green Walls by Make Be-Leaves

Alexander Court is a new trophy office development in the core of Washington D.C.’s central business district. An unforgettable statement building, Alexander Court is designed to maximize efficiency for tenants. With over 1,000 linear feet of window line per floor, it is an ideal floor plate for today’s modern workplace – designed by the world-renowned firm of Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects in collaboration with Fox Architects.

Make Be-Leaves worked with the landscaper, Brad DeHaven, of Oasis Plantscaping to create the organic shaped, fluid design UV green wall for the expansive rooftop space. This impressive scale artificial green wall – over 64 ft. long x 16 ft. tall – was staged and installed in one day, with our easy to follow numbered panel layout, and labeled panels.

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About Make Be-Leaves
Make Be-Leaves, located in Agoura Hills, California, manufactures artificial plants (also known as silk, dried, faux, or fake) flowers and trees. Here is where landscape architects and interior designers are in control of the wild. We are among the top artificial plantscaping companies in the country. We supply an endless variety of bespoke faux plants, silk flowers, and trees. Crafting contemporary artificial plants using a combination of silks, UV treated fabric, and wood materials. These are commercially rated, maintenance-free UV stabilized artificial plants for indoor and outdoor living spaces. Make Be-Leaves is proud to be a GSA-approved, WBENC-certified Woman Owned business.

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