The combination of a layered structure with vegetation clearly shows that cooperation with nature is a must if we want to achieve sustainable living, especially in urban areas. The layered structure of the green wall, where there is an element of vegetation and therefore has the characteristics of a living organism, combines two variables; horizontal and vertical. Horizontal is for the plants, vertical works for the city. The idea is to produce massive environment for any living creature which stay inside the structure so structure may represent home for us like open space - the Earth is the home for all of us. Volume of the structure may be crucial in terms of delivering quality which we consider as a thermal comfort but also in terms of survival the structure in a harsh conditions like e.g. on a desert or surviving low winter temperatures in the middle European climate. According to Layered Green Wall concept it makes possible to generate complex structures of layered wall of closed, semi closed and open form. The concept is a semipermeable membrane which is a combination of a solid, vertical structure and living plants which expands and seal up gaps between layers. We don't want to get block against the environment, to build a solid wall around us but unite in a way with it.
LGW is a concept solution of soft transition between close and open space. Acronyms used in the text: (LAYERED GREEN WALL - LGW) is the name of the concept solution. Panel Modular System, PMS - the name of the system developing the LGW concept towards an industrial solution with universal application.