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Client Background

As part of Great Portland Estates, the works at 70/88 Oxford Street involved a new build of Oxford House, a multi-use building including offices, retail and apartments.  We were brought in to work on the design of the vertical gardens on the roof terrace.

Featured Solution

  • Viritopia Living Wall System (Exterior)

Size:     24m²

Project Drivers




living wall with meadow grasses and flowers

Seasonal changes

We were specified by Robert Myers and contracted by Maylim to design and install two facing living walls, full of seasonal species, flowering plants and evergreens, with a few bird boxes for added impact.

roof terrace with planters, seating and a living wall with flowers and bird boxes