Cloisters Square Vertical Garden

A large, stunning, textural vertical garden using plants stylised towards lush, verdant greenery to enhance the busy space in which it is situated.

The Cloisters Square vertical garden forms a massive living artwork, creating a beautiful, peaceful refuge for people eating lunch, having meetings or a coffee.

The expanse of vertical greenery exudes freshness and a feeling of being closer to nature – an oasis in the busy city square and surroundings.

Grow Lights enable the garden to perform at its optimum in the low light of the internal/external area, bringing the outside in to where people can appreciate the calming, yet invigorating effects of biophyllic design.

In today’s fast-paced, hectic lifestyle, it is important to take a little time to appreciate nature, and this particular vertical garden brings the benefits of the natural world to many every day.

Reduced stress, increased happiness and higher productivity are all products of incorporating flora into our everyday lives.

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Selected Projects

Westfield Whitford City

Entertainment Leisure Precinct & Featured Vertical Garden
The $75 million dollar Whitford’s Shopping Centre redevelopment is certainly a game changer.
The ‘Entertainment Leisure Precinct’ stands complete with a brewery and array of restaurants, featuring a 65m2 vertical garden and green space installed by Deep Green.

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JCY Architects

This interior vertical garden at JCY Architects provides an attractive feature wall and creates a pleasant microclimate in this busy architectural practice in East Perth. Made to measure, the vertical garden spans an angular wall space almost 5.5m across at 2.5m at is tallest point

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Subiaco Library

A rooftop entertainment area for Bankwest staff on the 3rd floor of the new Raine Sqaure development off Murray Street Mall in Perth CBD. The brief required an area with a completely outdoors feel, where staff could relax and reinvigorate before returning to work.

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