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Distinctive tram stop within a landscaped park setting

Transport for Greater Manchester and SimpsonHaugh Architects worked on creating a 'distinctive tram stop within a landscaped park setting that enhances the passenger experience' that involved the incorporation of green infrastructure on several elevations.

Featured Solutions:

  • Sedum & Wildflower Green Roof
  • Exterior Living Wall

Size:     150m² - 300m²

Industry:     Infrastructure, Stations and Public Spaces

Project Drivers


Social Impact

Air Quality

Tram front & GrufeKit

Using GrufeTiles to create a living carpet

As well as the stunning 188m2 living wall, we supplied our sedum and wildflower GrufeTiles to create the living carpet between the tram tracks at the Deansgate stop.  

View the GrufeKit range.