Lifewall from Ceracasa is a vegetated façade that uses photosynthesis to turn carbon dioxide into oxygen. Developed by Emilio Llobat of Maqla Architects, Azahar Energy, and Ceracasa, Lifewall is a complementary system to the company’s Bionictile (a porcelain tile that uses titanium dioxide–infused glazes to combat nitrogen oxides, air contaminants that contribute to acid rain and many harmful health effects) and is made of 1m-by-1m panels that can hold any vegetation. The system uses drip-water irrigation to cut back on water use. Lifewall can be incorporated into any Bionictile (which comes in white, ivory, gray, and tobacco) design.