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Living wall firm celebrates 15-year anniversary

Biotecture, a pioneering company in the living wall sector, is celebrating its 15th year anniversary with an eye on the future.

The business based near Chichester was established in 2007 by visionaries Richard Sabin and Mark Laurence with the aim of transforming urban environments and reconnecting people with nature.

Richard and Mark developed a revolutionary hydroponic living wall system, which helped to change the perception of living walls from a novelty landscaping feature into a widely recognised cladding material.

Biotecture’s modular system remains the most flexible, resilient, and low water use of any fully comprehensive living wall system and it can be seen across London and UK on projects such as 20 Fenchurch Street (The Walkie-Talkie) and Wimbledon’s No.1 Court.

Biotecture is passionate about spreading the urban greening message and recently developed a stackable, modular, freestanding living wall system that can be easily retrofitted without affecting the building structure. The product draws on over a decade of living wall experience and was a finalist of the RHS Chelsea Sustainable Product of the Year 2021. The system has recently been used to transform areas across the Canary Wharf estate as part of a wider urban greening masterplan and the product is now available to consumers, retailers, and landscapers via Growing Revolution.

The 15th anniversary marks a milestone for Biotecture, which has remained as pioneering and visionary as when it was first established in 2007. It continues to frame discussions around biodiversity and sustainability of our built environment.

A strong culture of customer service exists throughout the entire organisation. The business has dedicated itself to 15 years of product innovation, engineering and business process improvements and efficiencies to provide customers with the highest quality solutions and services.

“Since our inception in 2007, Biotecture has remained a pioneering provider of living walls,” concluded Richard. “We have so many exciting new developments underway and a very strong project pipeline. By staying true to our original vision, Biotecture, today, has successfully redefined our urban environments – we are proud to have played a part in reconnecting people to nature.”

For more information on Biotecture living walls, visit: www.biotecture.uk.com

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