Australia’s largest indoor Breathing Wall was recently recognised at the 58th Australian Institute of Horticulture (AIH) Annual Awards. The Lendlease project at 485 La Trobe Street was awarded with the AIH Urban Greenspace Award for its contribution to the health and wellbeing of people and for its inspiration and promotion of horticultural skills.
(L-R) Michael Casey, Fiona Dennison and Jock Gammon
AIH’s President, Michael Casey presented the award at the La Trobe Street Breathing Wall, to Junglefy’s Managing Director and Founder, Jock Gammon and Lendlease’s Head of Asset Management – Commercial, Fiona Dennison. “It is fantastic to be recognised by our peers for the innovative and exciting work we are doing at Junglefy.” Said Jock on the award win.
Junglefy recognised the leadership shown by “Lendlease and particularly the Australian Prime Property Fund Commercial for entrusting Junglefy to create this 90 square metre magnificent living well-being centrepiece in their lobby refurbishment of 485 La Trobe Street in Melbourne.”
This award win is the third Junglefy Breathing Wall project to receive an award and a total of eleven Junglefy projects have been awarded for their living infrastructure.