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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.

Warringah Mall – Fytowall

A Touch of Green at Warringah Mall

VERTICAL GARDEN / FACADE HYBRID   –  450M2

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LOCATION – Westfield Warringah Mall Condamine St & Old Pittwater Rd, Brookvale NSW 2100

CLIENT – Scentre Group

PROJECT BUILDER – Tensile Design & Construct

DESIGN & INSTALL – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION – November 2016

The Warringah Mall at Brookvale, Sydney, recently underwent an incredible multi-million dollar transformation. To create a relaxing and leafy atmosphere, a series of striking green facades were introduced throughout the centre.

Fytogreen was commissioned to provide foliage to cover 14 individual columns throughout the new extension, each ranging in height from 8m to 14m.

Together with Tensile, development of a one-off hybrid solution was created. We suspended Fytowall vertical garden panels from 6mm diameter stainless steel cables, then wrapped them in webmesh, providing a climbing and cascading feature element.

Private Residence – Curlcurl NSW

ROOF GARDEN & PLANTER BOXES – 70m2

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LOCATION – Private Residence, Curlcurl, NSW

ARCHITECT – Assemblage Peter Chivers

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT – Chris Walsh

DESIGN & CONSTRUCT – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION-  2013

A series of roof gardens and planter boxes spread over levels  2 and 3 on this stunning four  level  private residence in Curlcurl, NSW This architecturally designed home set on a coastal block in North Sydney beaches is surrounded by bush and ocean views. A range of grasses and ground covers  were used to soften the aesthetic of the building with a beautiful ocean backdrop. Built on a profile of 250mm the plants will grow to a height of 600-700mm high and cascade over the rendered edges. The photos have been taken just after installation. Built on a profile of 250mm the plants will grow to a height of 600-700mm high and cascade over the rendered edges

 

Images courtesy of Assemblage

Extensive Roof Garden – Monavale NSW

 PRIVATE RESIDENCE – GREEN ROOF   –  30M2

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LOCATION – Monavale, Sydney

DESIGN & CONSTRUCT – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION –  2009

The home-owner’s vision was to create a simple, environmentally sound roof garden on the roof of their home extension in the beach-side suburb of Mona Vale.

Although the garden has an irrigation system installed, it was established purely on rainfall and with cuttings from the sand dunes across the road.
After 12 months the irrigation system has never been used.

Within a short time the garden was established, providing visual amenity for the owners and neighbours.

“ We loved the end result, which transformed our backyard into a magical,
living oasis, reminding us of our very own beach.”
James Rosenwax, Property Owner

North Bondi Amenities Block

ROOF GARDEN – 90M2

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LOCATION – North Bondi, NSW

CLIENT – Waverley Council

ARCHITECT – Sam Crawford Architects

PROJECT BUILDER – Grindley Interiors Pty Ltd

DESIGN & INSTALL – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION – March 2016

Waverley Council’s engaged Sam Crawford Architects to redesign North Bondi amenities block that adjoins a Sydney Water Pump House. The renovation incorporated a new roof garden to compliment the updated structure, installed and designed by Fytogreen Australia.

The green roof has varied depths from 150mm to 260mm to create some localized contours.

Using planting pallet including coastal sedges, grasses and ground covers, a total of 9 different species and 702 plants were used covering the 90m2 roof area.

Click to view the “Roof Garden Journey – Concept to Delivery” which follows the roof garden journey of this North Bondi Amenities Block

Beare Park, Elizabeth Bay – Sydney

EXTENSIVE & SEMI-EXTENSIVE ROOF GARDEN   –  46M2

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LOCATION  – Elizabeth Bay, Syndey, NSW

CLIENT  – City of Sydney

ARCHITECT  – Sam Crawford Architects

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT  – JILA

DESIGN & INSTALL –  Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION  – 2008

Beare Park on Sydney harbour is a scenic local park with a heritage background.

As part of the landscape regeneration of the park, Sydney City Council required that the amenities block set against a rock face on the south east corner of the park be beautified.

The aim was to make the building more sympathetic and attuned to the local landscape whilst retaining the existing structure.

The team transformed the 46m2 concrete slab roof into a stunning extensive roof garden mounded to semi-extensive in areas to accommodate deeper plantings.

The garden profile depth is generally a 120mm with mounding to 250mm, from waterproof membrane to the top of the stone mulch, comprising the Fytogreen proprietary extensive lightweight roof garden system. The planting is a showcase of succulent varieties.

The amenities block was transformed into a stunning extensive roof garden, attuned to the local landscape.

The Grounds of Alexandria

EXTENSIVE ROOF GARDEN –  170M2

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LOCATION  – 2 Huntley St, Alexandria, NSW

CLIENT  – The Grounds Café

ARCHITECT  – Acme & Co

DESIGN & INSTAL  – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION  – August 2014

The Grounds of Alexandria, a beautiful eclectic eco café in NSW, boasts 2 colourful Fytogreen roof gardens with a combined area of 170m2, each roof has a 170mm profile. The roof garden adds a rustic charm to the outdoor restaurant eating space.

To combat the 30 degree slope of the roof, a stabilizing geoweb system was used to ensure the soil components did not slide down the roof pitch. Fytogreen used a range of ground covers grasses and flowering plants; in total 16 species were used which will provide a range of colours and textures all year round.

Click here to read more about the Geoweb System 

Bligh St, Sydney – Fytowall

OUTDOOR CURVED LIVING WALL   –  377M2

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LOCATION – 1 Bligh Street, Sydney CBD, NSW

BUILDING OWNER – Dexus Property Group

PRINCIPAL CONTRACTOR – Grocon

ARCHITECT – Ingenhoven Architekten and Architectus  

DESIGNER – Fytogreen Australia

COMPLETION – 2011

“Beautiful, bold and brilliantly green” is the way this next generation sustainable office building is described.This 27-level tower at 1 Bligh Street is Sydney’s first 6-Star Green Star Office Design V2 Certified building ch promises to provide a new benchmark in sustainable design.

Fytogreen created a 377 square meter green wall which calls for shade and wind tolerant plant species specified by the architect to be “uniform green”, with “simplicity rather than celebration” as its theme.The 40 meter long green wall presents its own site challenges due to its solar orientation. A research and development program will support the on-going sustainability of this special project, to nurture and investigate suitable plant species for the on-going maintenance of the green wall.