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Client Background

Working with GPF Lewis to take the living wall from initial designs to installation on site, this property is owned by GPE and the work involved a roof top extension to create a new 5th floor roof and terrace.

Featured Solutions

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Interior)

Size:     15m²

Project Drivers



tropical internal living wall in a reception

Biophilic benefits

Located in a lift waiting area, we focused on creating a big impact with colours, leaf size and shape, and the pattern in which the plants are placed.  The green wall completely elevates the area and adds a memorable design statement which the science of biophilia shows makes us mentally and physically feel better, and therefore perform better.  (We wrote a blog post on this phenomenon, which you can read here).

lush green wall in a building reception