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Client Background

Trehearne Architects is an award-winning practice made up of architects, designers, technicians and artists.  They work on commercial and residential projects, including interiors and refurbishments.  Trehearne contacted Viritopia to design, supply and install a 'green external cladding system.'

Featured Solutions

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     1m² - 25m²

Industry:     Commercial

Project Drivers



Living Wall and Green Roof Systems Covering a Ventilation Unit

Covering an eye-sore

Taking advantage of the versatility of the Viritopia Living Wall System, we designed the planting to wrap around the sides of the two external concrete ventilation enclosures and used the Viritopia GrufeKit on top to disguise them as eyesores and provide a creative addition to the landscaped area.  Viritopia worked closely with Trehearne to meet the requirements and ensure that the plants worked alongside the louvered opening.

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Wildflower Border and Ventilation Unit Covered in Planting