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Triptych Apartments – Multi Award Winning

FYTOWALL VERTICAL GARDEN  –  206M2

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LOCATION  –  8 Kavanagh St, Southbank, Melbourne, Vic

MAIN CONTRACTOR  – LU Simons

ARCHITECT  – Nettleton Tribe Architects

DESIGN & INSTALL  – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION –  September  2010

Fytogreen vertical garden on the external entrance façade from level 2 up to level 6 of Triptych Apartments, located in Melbourne’s Southbank.

Using a range of ground covers that are robust and tolerant to a range of weather conditions of around 20 species. Fytogreen’s focus on Ecological Sustainable vertical gardens, ensure that the vertical garden species selected and located specifically for survival for the natural life of the plants species used.

Our in house Botanist, who designed the array, has a swirling theme with the plants. Many flowering species are also used an ever changing vista is seen as the garden ages. 300mm gaps provide airflow through to 5 levels of car park behind.

Winner – Environmental Excellence,
UDIA Victoria-High Density Development Award 2012.

Winner – Residential Development of the year, Property
Council of Australia Innovation & Excellence Award 2012

Star Casino Indoor Vertical Gardens

INDOOR VERTICAL GARDENS –  22M2

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LOCATION  – Star City Casino, 80 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont NSW
INTERIOR DESIGNER – Chada
PROJECT BUILDER – FDC Building
DESIGN & INSTALL  –Fytogreen Australia
COMPLETION –  November 2015

Fytogreen installed a series of Fytowall vertical gardens along a long timber wall set above the seated dining area of the
Star City Casino in Sydney.

The 22m2 panel vertical gardens brings a lush, fresh look, framed within a timber facade.   Six different plant species were used with approximately 495 plants.  When in bloom this Fytowall will creates a vibrant burst of colour with red flowers.

Peak Apartments – Vertical Garden

FYTOWALL, OUTDOOR LIVING WALL- 16M2

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LOCATION – Peak Apartments 56 Bellevue Terrace, St Lucia.

DEVELOPER – HB Property Group

ARCHITECT – Base Architecture Pty Ltd

PROJECT BUILDER – Hutchinson Builders Qld

DESIGN & INSTALL – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION – November 2016

Adorning the front of this 28 apartment residential project in St Lucia is a 16 m2 Fytowall vertical garden. This tall narrow green wall is accessed for maintenance via rope access and creates a column of green for the north facing, street frontage.

Shadowing from surrounding structures played a role in plant species selection and location in this green wall planting array. Fytogreen’s botanist was careful to ensure all species will thrive in their locations to ensure Ecological Sustainability. 480 plants cover this green wall made up of 48 species to provide biodiverse ecology and an aesthetic that is multi coloured with many leaf shapes and sizes.

Private Residence, Windsor – Fytowall

FYTOWALL VERTICAL GARDEN  – 21M2

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CLIENT – Private Residence

LOCATION – Windsor, Victoria

DESIGN & INSTALL – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION – June 2013

Located in Windsor, Victoria, the design of this new home makes maximum use of the available space with this beautiful outdoor Fytowall vertical garden overhanging the swimming pool.  The host wall is south facing and the sunny courtyard warms up during summer. Fytogreen used 630 plants with 35 different species to create this living masterpiece.

Architecturally designed, the home boasts a central courtyard that is visible from throughout the whole second level. Above the vertical garden, a glass walkway links the rooms on the second level. This provides a stunning view of the greenwall from all angles.

Private Residence, Kew – Fytowall

RESIDENTIAL FYTOWALL  – 12M2

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LOCATION –  Kew, Victoria

DESIGN & INSTALL – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION – September 2014

This project is an exterior greenwall, set in an outdoor courtyard on the side of a recently renovated home in Kew.

The exposed block-work with racking top edge frames the array of plants. Approximately 120 plants were used, incorporating 27 different species to cover the 12m2 area.

The host wall is located in a full shaded area in a sheltered outdoor courtyard that has a barbeque and pizza oven. It can be seen from the kitchen on ground level and the first level hallway to the bedrooms. The owners use Fytogreen to maintain the greenwall with regular visits.

The entire system is fed and watered by an automated controller and maintenance is done by the client with Fytogreens assistance.

St Bernards College – Melbourne – Fytowall & Roof Garden

FYTOWALL GREEN WALL – 12M2    &   EXTENSIVE ROOF GARDEN – 75M2

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LOCATION  – St. Bernard’s College, 41 Rosehill Road, Essendon.

CLIENT –  St. Bernard’s College

ARCHITECT  – Smith + Tracey Architects

PROJECT BUILDER  – ADMA Group Pty Ltd

DESIGN & INSTALL – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION  – March 2016

Fytogreen was commissioned to install a vertical and roof garden at a Christian College in Melbourne.

The outdoor Fytowall stands 5.5m high set in a narrow courtyard which is over looked by the rooftop garden area. The green wall design consists of 360 plants with a combination of 27 different species.

With over 800 plants, and a design pallet of 22 different species, the roof top garden utilizes the roof-space to create a fabulous outdoor area for the students to enjoy.

St Bernards College – Melbourne – Roof Garden & Fytowall

FYTOWALL GREEN WALL – 12M2    &   EXTENSIVE ROOF GARDEN – 75M2

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LOCATION  – St. Bernard’s College, 41 Rosehill Road, Essendon.

CLIENT –  St. Bernard’s College

ARCHITECT  – Smith + Tracey Architects

PROJECT BUILDER  – ADMA Group Pty Ltd

DESIGN & INSTALL – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION  – March 2016

Fytogreen was commissioned to install a vertical and roof garden at a Christian College in Melbourne.

The outdoor Fytowall stands 5.5m high set in a narrow courtyard which is over looked by the rooftop garden area. The green wall design consists of 360 plants with a combination of 27 different species.

With over 800 plants, and a design pallet of 22 different species, the roof top garden utilizes the roof-space to create a fabulous outdoor area for the students to enjoy.

Ferny Grove Tavern, QLD – Fytowall

VERTICAL GARDEN – 46M2

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LOCATION  – Ferny Grove, Queensland

CLIENT – Ferny Grove Tavern

ARCHITECT  – Cayas Architects

PROJECT BUILDER  – Stokes Wheeler Ltd

DESIGN & INSTALL  – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION  – May 2013

A lush green outdoor Fytowall set at the entrance of a contemporary pub at Ferny Grove, Queensland.

This wall is a great example of a ecological sustainable green wall, it is well maintained, looks full and lush and it has had little to no plant replacements over its lifetime.

This Fytowall includes numerous species including Philodendron Monstera, Philodendron ‘Xanadu’, Schefflera, Nephrolepis, Neomarica and Ficus

EPA Offices – Fytowall

VERTICAL GARDEN  – 76M2

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LOCATION –  Environmental Protection Authority Offices Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria

DEVELOPER – Drapac

DESIGN & INSTALL – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION – 2012

This beautiful green wall is located on the busy Victoria Parade in Melbourne. A south-facing outdoor façade, it overlooks the street while surrounding the EPA Signage.

This thin strip extends along the building with a range of 15 species of bromeliads, ferns and ground covers. Speckled with flowering species this wall has a developing Ecology that will slowing evolve as it matures.