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Living Wall Case Study

Trinity Business School

25m² - 150m²
3 weeks
Client background: 

Trinity Business School is among the fastest growing business schools in Europe with a growth rate of 127 per cent over the past three years.  The new £70 million 11,400 square metre Trinity Business School building includes an innovation and entrepreneurial hub, a 600-seat auditorium, restaurant spaces for up to 200 people, smart classrooms with the latest digital technology, and a rooftop conference room.   All workspaces within the building have ample natural light, access to natural greenery and good air quality, with a high-quality acoustic design contributes to a comfortable and pleasant working environment.  

Scope of works: 

Our Certified Partner in Ireland installed this living wall on a facade of the college, which has been designed to promote the health and well-being of the students and staff to the maximum extent.  The Business School has the largest living wall ever built in Dublin at 70mwhich comprises of seven different plant species that have been selected to suit the north-eastern elevation.  As well as offering a striking visual aspect, the living vertical garden also increases the local biodiversity and has the potential to become a valuable habitat.