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Project Background

Lodha UK are redeveloping the former cinema, Post Office and Whitlock House at 263 Kensington High Street into what will be a mixed-use development, providing new cinema facilities, creative workspace and restaurant space as well as new private homes.  In the meantime, there is a lot of hoarding around the site.

Featured Solutions

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     45m²

Project Drivers


hoarding and living walls around a construction site

Beautifying a construction site

With the hoarding provided by our partner Octink and the client looking into ways to reduce the visual disruption for the local residents, it seemed logical to look into using our living wall system.  Designed to work over small or large surface areas, it has proved to be a good visual break in the hoarding. 

hoarding with green walls around a construction site next to a pavement