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Client Background

We love to take a client's ideas and incorporate them into our living wall design. When this client suggested using a word in the wall to link it with its situation in the dining area, we were keen to include this idea. The client also invested in a living wall for a previous property; it was not only a great talking point, it also added significant value to the house when it came time to sell.

Featured Solution

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Interior)

Size:     1m² - 25m²

Project Drivers

Social Impact


living interior green wall in a dining room at a residential property

Soften the room

Viritopia was given a brief to soften the appearance of the room by combining colour and foliage that would blend in with the open space surroundings with high ceilings. The word 'eat' was also incorporated into the planting. The living wall features more than seven plant species including Tradescantia zebrina, Maranta leuconeura 'Kerchoveana' and Codiaeum 'Sunny Star'.