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Hiding the pipework

The module is 100mm deep and the sub-frame can vary between 20-60mm, with the available trims varying between 120 - 170 mm.  There has to be a return of 75mm (minimum) to conceal the pipework. 

trim detail on a living wall in a pedestrianised street setting

Disguising the gutter

At the base of the wall a 100mm trim can be used to disguise the gutter.  At the top of the wall trim can be used to cover the top of the modules. Our work at University of Leicester is a good example of this.

trim and gutter detail on a living wall facade on commercial building

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green roof trim detail and living wall on large campus building
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