JCY Architects Vertical Garden

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.

Special arrangements had to be made to accommodate drainage and irrigation in an interior setting, including a remote automated fertigation system, as well as issues with lighting, but with Deep Green’s expertise in this field, problems were addressed and the best solutions found.

A palette of species were specially chosen to create a lush vertical garden with contrasting tones and textures.

Ferns such as Asplenium, Adiantum and Davallia contrast with the bold forms of Philodendron and Rhoeo.

The elegant foliage and attractive white flowers of the peace lily, Spathyphyllum, compliment neighbouring species and complete the picture.

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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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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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The Stables Bar

An upscale bar & bistro in Perth’s CBD. Our vertical gardens provide our client with a completely different look and feel for patrons. When contacted by our client, we were asked for new and exciting ideas to give their premises some real pop.

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