Eco Brooklyn is a living wall installer. We offer a full range of services from design to construction. It is really important for us to have Ecological Integrity coupled with Excellent Craftsmanship and Customer Service.

The Eco Brooklyn team sees buildings as a living beings with inner organs, lungs, a skin and a body. A vibrant living wall is a key element of a healthy building. Living walls, also loosely called green walls, are great for any space, whether a home, office or commercial space. They improve peoples’ moods, clean the air, and look beautiful.

If you browse our site you will find hundreds of posts on all sorts of green building topics. That is because we used to be a General Contractor. We can do it all, from Passive House to green roofs. We now specialize in living walls so we can be the best living wall installer in the industry. Nobody understands green building better than we do and we apply this knowledge in a holistic way to living wall installations.

DROP US A LINE. We’d love to chat with you.

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  1. Randy Arnold - December 8, 2012 at 3:52 pm

    I read an article in (Whole Living) magazine, about painting your roof white, to save energy. I realize it would reflect heat in summer,but how would this help in winter? I already have bright,shiny, galvanized,sheet metal roof on my home. Would this work as well? I live in upstate N.Y.(Plattsburgh) ,where it generally gets colder then NYC. It would be nice to save on the heating bill! Thank you

  2. Joshua Manes - November 29, 2012 at 9:48 am

    Hello. I am a local Brooklyn Architect (licensed in NY), looking to connect with forward-thinking green builders, clients, and consultants in the area. I’m especially interested in passive house construction methods for brownstone renovations.

  3. JohnG - April 23, 2012 at 10:21 pm

    Hello. This site is very amazing.

  4. greenteamroofing - May 18, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    im trying to change roofing in ny by applying spray foam roofing on all flat roofing in ny to get rid of tar and asphalt solvent based roofing this type of roof insulates and doesn’t required removal of existing roofs so that meens no landfill disposalcheck us out at

  5. David - October 25, 2010 at 12:22 pm

    My name is David Ornvold. I recently graduated from Skidmore College with a bachelors in Environmental Studies and am currently in the process of completing a Certificate in Sustainable Building and Design at the Yestermorrow Design/Build School in central Vermont. I plan to move to Brooklyn this coming December and am interested in joining your design-build team. I am knowledgeable in the field of
    sustainable/regenerative building and design and feel passionate about greening metropolitan areas. More specifically, my interests include living buildings (i.e. the concept of the vertical farm), passive solar design, gray/black water treatment, creative use of salvaged materials, use of PV energy, and increasing home efficiency through conscious design. I also have experience as an independent contractor and therefore feel more than comfortable on construction sites. I would be happy to send you my résumé along with a cover letter should you desire further information.
    Best wishes,

    -David Ornvold-

  6. Akua Anokye - October 2, 2010 at 9:15 pm

    We are looking to have students work on a eco-friendly community development project. Part of the project would involve the complete restoration of a store front building converting its electric wiring by assisting in the installation of solar systems to reduce energy costs. WE would be interested in meeting with you to discuss our project via web conference.

    All the Best,
    Akua Anokye

  7. M.A. - April 25, 2010 at 2:32 pm

    We are looking to have our building (five story apartment bldg) in Brooklyn renovated utilizing as many green technologies and methodologies as possible. We came across your site while researching. We would be interested in meeting with you to discuss our project.

    Thank you,


  8. James Gillespie - July 19, 2009 at 8:26 am

    We’ve just set up an Eco Brooklyn page on Facebook!

    Become a fan and send an invite to your friends…

  9. Cody Boyce - June 29, 2009 at 10:15 am

    I am very interested in your green dream job posting. I have a BA in Ecological Design from Prescott College. I have been working in Construction for five years as a carpenter. I am beginning a design/build company here in Colorado where I will need to look for an assistant. I would like to learn more about your urban approach to green building.

    Cody Boyce

  10. Christa Avampato - May 30, 2009 at 7:32 am

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