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Distinctive tram stop within a landscaped park setting

Transport for Greater Manchester and SimpsonHaugh Architects worked on creating a 'distinctive tram stop within a landscaped park setting that enhances the passenger experience' that involved the incorporation of green infrastructure on several elevations.

Featured Solutions:

  • Sedum & Wildflower Green Roof
  • Exterior Living Wall

Size:     150m² - 300m²

Industry:     Infrastructure, Stations and Public Spaces

Project Drivers


Social Impact

Air Quality

Tram front & GrufeKit

Using GrufeTiles to create a living carpet

As well as the stunning 188m2 living wall, we supplied our sedum and wildflower GrufeTiles to create the living carpet between the tram tracks at the Deansgate stop.