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Client Background

An Viritopia Living Wall was featured in a Gold Award winning garden design.  The garden was named 'Tourism Malaysia Garden' and was designed by David Cubero and James Wong of Amphibian Designs.

Featured Solutions

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     25m² - 150m²

Industry:     Events & Exhibitions

Project Drivers


Livng Wall and Waterfall at Chelsea Flower Show

Natural backdrop

The garden is accessed through a series of floating entrance frames that lead from a stilted villa to a sunken seating pavilion.  We installed the living walls that formed a beautiful green backdrop to the trickle of water at the edges of the garden.

Sunken Seating Area Living Wall and Waterfall

This design is inspired by the winding jungle streams and rich traditional architecture of the Malaysian archipelago. The layout captures the sinuous movement of a brown limestone riverbed, carved out by a slowly moving stream, leaving pebbled deposits along the naturally planted terraces.