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The mere insertion of plants into the built environment can enhance comfort, satisfaction, well- being and performance.

Biophilic Design

RIBA Living Wall on the Florence Hall Terrace, Portland Place

  • London, United Kingdom
  • 2010
  • For Royal Institute of British Architects
  • 38m2

Project Details

  • RIBA living Wall Installation on the Florence Hall terrace
  • Planting design inspired by a modern artwork
  • In collaboration with Dan Pearson

Biotecture installed two living walls on this roof terrace, designed in conjunction with Dan Pearson Studios as part of a refurbishment of the Florence Hall Terrace at the Royal Institute of British Architects’ iconic headquarters in central London. The planting design for the living walls was inspired by a Mark Rothko painting, and has a sophisticated planting scheme to complement a contemporary water sculpture by William Pye. RIBA use the roof terrace as an elegant space for entertaining, hospitality and events.

To see another example of a Biotecture living wall on a roof terrace you can visit our ‘Roof Terrace Living Wall, Camden‘ portfolio Page

[We felt that Dan Pearson's design] incorporating sophisticated planting strategies and living walls, would provide a beautiful counterpoint to the architecture of 66 Portland Place and significantly enhance and enrich the experience of the terraces.

Christopher Ash Project Orange