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Client Background

This modern residential complex in Finchley Road, London is a recent construction which is made up of hostel accommodation and apartments.  At the centre of this building is a courtyard which is overlooked by many of the residents. 

Featured Solutions

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     150m² - 300m²

Industry:     Residential

Project Drivers


Social Impact


Flowering Living Walls at Bravo Hostel London

Natural benefits

Viritopia were chosen to design and install the living walls at Finchley Road, working with Vascroft to ensure the needs of the planners were met, whilst maximising the courtyards potential.  The living wall stands nearly six floors high, benefiting many of the residents with its biophilic properties.

We worked with Vascroft Ltd as the main contractor, and Siaw as the client.

Living Walls at Bravo Hostel