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Client Background

This 6,000sqft refurbishment scheme in Mayfair included a new atrium with a feature staircase, a double height living wall and a landscaped terrace.  We were pleased to be able to once again partner with Garnett & Partners to create this living wall.

Featured Solutions

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Interior)

Size:     22m²

Carbon extraction:     28.6 kg per year

O2 production:     37.4 kg per year

Project Drivers



An impressive contrast

Set in a space with a stark white backdrop, wooden materials, and dark grey steel features, this living wall spanning two floors provides an impressive contrast to the interior design.

With parts of the living wall being behind the staircase, our design team ensured that the plants selected for those areas were more compact varieties so there wouldn't be too much growth.

Biophilic design

Plenty of natural light, high barn-style ceilings, the use of wooden materials throughout and access to greenery makes this a successful biophilia-focused design that will have significant positive effects on the staff.