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GSky Installs Living Green Pro Wall System for iPic Entertainment


DELRAY BEACH, FLA.—GSky Plant Systems, Inc., a leader in the design and production of interior and exterior green walls, announces installation of a custom Pro Wall living wall system at the new iPic Entertainment corporate headquarters and theater in Delray Beach, Fla. Pro Wall systems are ideal for corporate campuses, hotels, malls, retail storefronts, apartment and condominium buildings, and more.

The advanced Pro Wall green wall system features one-foot-by-one-foot pre-grown planted panels of durable rockwool, offering a highly customizable palette for vertical exterior designs of small or expansive dimensions. Additionally, the system’s waste-reducing drip irrigation design minimizes water usage. As a major sustainable architectural feature in urban Delray Beach, the Wall cleans the air and muffles sound pollution. The Wall is protected by GSky’s standard comprehensive maintenance program with hardware coverage and plant guarantee.

Spanning nearly 2,000 ft², the GSky Pro Wall system decorates the 5th Avenue façade of the iPic Entertainment development. Designed by GSky’s Debbie Kotalic—and comprising over 20,000 individual plants in 9 varieties—the biophilic design leads viewers’ eyes down the street with its sweeping, interactive curves and textured foliage.

IPic Entertainment offers an innovative luxury theater experience with high-end dining, live events, and integration into mixed-use properties. Recognized as one of the fasted-growing companies in the country by Inc., it operates 15 U.S. locations and is currently developing 16 new U.S. theaters. The Delray Beach site is a flagship theater for the chain. “The green wall at iPic instantly became a focal point for our city and downtown area,” says Carol Perez, Principal at A. Grant Thornbrough & Associates Landscape Architecture, which designed the development. “The green wall through its shapes, colors, and textures of the plant material is an artistry for the entire community to enjoy.”