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Project Background

Working with Jehu Group, who were contracted to build this £8.65m boutique hotel in Bristol’s City Centre, we worked on the three separate living walls, two on the main brick façade, and one under a covered walkway.

Featured Solutions

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     65m²

Project Drivers


a living wall under a covered walkway at a hotel

6,240 plants now thriving

Over the three living walls, 6,240 plants are now thriving and growing, bringing benefits for the local environment and the community.  In fact, having something as unique and eye-catching as plants on or around your property has in some studies shown to increase real estate values by up to 20%.

looking up at a commercial brick facade with green walls