Innovation in biophilic design

Biophilic design is an approach which seeks to connect humans with nature to improve health and well-being.
St Ives biophilic design project
St Ives biophilic design project

Biophilic design is a key consideration in all our projects, to maximise the value you get from your roof space.

Our green roofs and walls not only enhance biodiversity and air quality but they create a natural environment that’s missing in many urban areas.

As well as being attractive to look at, these spaces bring wildlife into built-up areas with nesting boxes, bug hotels and beehives often included as part of the development.

We deliver a range of bespoke solutions through our specialists, including: green and biodiverse roofs, blue roofs and water management solutions, biosolar and photovoltaic roofs, roof level amenity spaces, living walls and rainwater harvesting.

Case Studies

Middle Walk

Installing a Biodiverse Roof System and transforming a 1960s block of maisonettes into a green oasis. Thames Wey’s vision is to create places where people want to live, where the built environment is in tune with nature.

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Pelier Street

Reducing urban heat island effect in Southwark. This new seven-storey development on Pelier Street provides 17 homes for rent in a mix of one, two and three bedroom flats.

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Tate St Ives

This stunning project has been celebrated within the construction industry, including being shortlisted for the prestigious 2018 RIBA Stirling Prize.

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