How to construct something that’s never been built before: The Vertical Garden at the Sheldon

    The Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries is one of St. Louis’ top cultural destinations, and with the help of many donors and a team of brilliant architects and experts from the botanical, they’ve created something entirely new to the city’s landscape. The new Steward Family Plaza features a 208-foot long steel lattice that in the years to come will be covered in Missouri native plants. This vertical garden will not only combat the urban heat island effect, but will also serve as a beautiful public gathering place in the grand center neighborhood.

    For more info please visit www.thesheldon.org.

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