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Client Background

Part of the redevelopment of the building and space at Dukes Court, we worked with Noviun Architects who completed the landscape design and works.

Featured Solution

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     36.5m²

Project Drivers



Social Impact

pedestrian plaza in commercial urban area

Seasonal interest

This beautiful living wall has just been installed alongside the other huge green wall in Dukes Court, Woking. This smaller wall on the side of the restaurant is full of lush plant species, designed for seasonal interest and with biophilia in mind – creating a place that attracts and reconnects you with nature. Spot the tall living wall behind? That’s different again, with species selected to help improve the air quality – take a look at that one here.

lush green wall with flowers