Vertical Field integrates natural values into daily life by developing solutions for the global food supply and growing green walls. Our mission is to create healthier, prettier environments that improve the quality of urban life.
Established in 2006, Vertical Field aims to transform the way we consume food and make shifts in the food supply chain, shortening the distance from the consumer to the edible plant and largely removing transportation expenses. The company brings all the benefits of plants into the urban ecosystem including air and noise filtering, decreasing waste, creating pesticide-free and naturally bug-free plant walls.
We are developing a smart farming technology that integrates nature into our urban lifestyle – in both indoor and outdoor environments – and enhances human health and environmental conditions in urban settings. We welcome opportunities for collaboration on Vertical Farming, urban planning and smart cities, urban renewal, building preservation, construction, and interiors.
Yan Braziler joined Vertical Field with more than 17 years of R&D management experience in global businesses. At Syneron Candela, he held roles from NPI Team Manager to Engineering Manager. At Medtronic, he stepped up from Project Manager to Product Manager. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ariel University with a Bachelor of Technology, EE.
NGBS GREEN CERTIFIED
The National Green Building Standard (NGBS) is an American green rating system, referred to for the design and construction of houses and apartment buildings.
Over time, the company realized that there is more than just aesthetic to living walls and that nature is contributing in many intangible ways. We understood people’s need to surround themselves with a green, healthy environment, that’s when we started to collaborate with Bar-Ilan University and University of Nanjing in China on a study sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The study aims to monitor the environmental, health and the direct and indirect economic benefits of living walls on the urban environment (local climate, temperature, radiation, humidity, wind, and carbon and water fluxes).