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Project Background

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium took us on to improve an empty wall which leads up to the stadium itself. Created purely for aesthetics and biophilia, they gave us the task of designing and installing the 90m² natural green wall – just what the area, devoid of nature, needed.

O2 production

  • 153g per year

Gas Extraction

  • 230g per year

Size:     90m²

Project Drivers


Social Impact


Living wall build-up with steel vertical batons

A home to the wildlife

This injection of nature not only brings vitality to the space but also a sense of calm to pedestrians around (did you know it’s proven that we respond positively to nature, in our mental health and well-being?), as well as a new home for local insects, bees and butterflies, making it a great biodiverse addition to the built-up city area.

Complete wall without the lettering

During installation

We used our standard build-up to install the living wall: our aluminium top-hat system (technical details can be found here).  The planting design was focused on a swathed pattern, drawing viewers up towards the 'N17' sign.

During the process