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Client Background

The Dunedin City Council is spending about $550,000 on an almost-complete project to transform the area with bluestone paving recycled from old cattle yards and cycle racks under the bridge spelling out "jetty", plus other features.

Featured Solutions

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     1m² - 25m²

Project Drivers


Social Impact

Air Quality

a bridge in town centre with living walls

Havens of nature

A vertical garden on part of a historic ship on the side of a busy bridge is the latest addition to a Dunedin space, installed by Oasis Greenery Systems.  The space under and beside the Jetty St overbridge in the heart of the warehouse precinct is a paved and shadowed landscape of concrete, asphalt and steel, but Darren Rice is providing small havens of nature he describes as "a vertical element in a horizontal situation".

flowering living walls on side of bridge