DUNWOODY, Ga. -- No matter the weather outside, it stays sunny and mild in the lobby of Three Ravinia, a 31-story office tower right off I-285 in Dunwoody.
"Even on the cloudiest days, these plants are soaking up sunlight and reflecting that light back into this space," said architect Greg Shunick with G3 Architecture. "It's a very warm, inviting place at all times."
Shunick is the architect behind the building's new "ecolobby" that was unveiled a few weeks ago. It includes a four-story wall that's covered by more than 15,000 plants.
It's one of the largest interior green walls in the world, and it's parts of a growing trend.