- | Biodiversity
- | Biophilic Design
- | Cladding
- | Cladding Systems
- | Design, Consultancy and Construction Management Services
- | Landscaping
- | Living Roofs/Walls
- | Critical Infrastructure
Biotecture is the UK's leading living wall company, enriching urban landscapes with sustainable green infrastructure. Recent projects include McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Ashford and Wimbledon's No.1 Court.
Our vision is to reconnect people with nature and transform urban architecture for the wellbeing of people and planet. We work on principles of collaboration, integrity and excellence, believing that shared expertise will bring the best results.
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AddressThe Old Dairy
A stunning sustainable living feature, in a retail setting that combines technology with style. In the heart of London, the St James Market flagship store provides a perfect foundation to showcase this biophilic system, which is designed with air quality and wellbeing in mind.
INTU worked with Makers Construction on a full car park refurbishment for the main car park at their Milton Keynes location. As well as improving traffic flow through the car park, creating larger spaces and better way finding, intu was keen to install several areas of living wall and car park green infrastructure to provide a stunning visual welcome to all visitors.
A customer satisfaction survey highlighted Gate 25 in Terminal 3 at Heathrow airport, as one of the lowest scoring at the airport for ‘look and feel’. Heathrow had the idea of creating “the Garden Gate” – the concept being an English garden within the airport. By designing bespoke, freestanding, self-contained living wall units we were able to help that vision come to life.
Biotecture worked with Balfour Beatty Living Places and Southampton City Council to create a magnificent and welcoming feature on the Millbrook roundabout, a key gateway to the city. The UK’s first highway living walls are also helping to mitigate air quality in Southampton. The ten freestanding living wall structures are situated below the Millbrook Flyover, one of the city’s busiest road areas.
The living wall at the newly renovated Bell Court Shopping Centre in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon is part of a large refurbishment project to improve the existing town centre location, including the associated NCP car park.
In 2013, The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) announced plans for a multi-million pound refurbishment of the No.1 Court, famous as the second largest Show Court used for The Championships, Wimbledon including the installation of two living walls, one each side of the Big Screen facing ‘the Hill’. To achieve this landscape vision Biotecture was appointed to work with the AELTC on the design, planting, installation and maintenance of the living walls.