Project Description


Paragon Hotel

Gadigal land

Key Facts

Year Completed:
Garden Type:
Green Wall
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Types of Species:
Westringia ‘smokey’, Strobilanthes Goldfussia, Viloa hederacea, Plumbago auriculate, Lomandra tanika, Dianella caerulia ‘little jess’, Nandina Domestica Nana, Abelia Grandiflora Nana, Hedera helix, Alternanthera dentata Ruby, Metrosideros excelsa ‘dwarf’, Hibiscus dwarf, Dianella caerulia ‘little jess’, Rosmarinus ‘blue lagoon’, Duranta Repens Geisha Girl, Plectranthus tomentose and Varigata, Convolvulus Cneorum, Chlorophytum variegated, Pepperomia obtusafolia large leaf variegated, Neomerica gracilis, Philodendron Xanadu and Imperial green, Begonia ‘orange/pink’
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The Paragon Hotel at Circular Quay has stood on Sydney’s shipping hub foreshore since 1860. The heritage-listed drinking hole was a favourite of sea men, passengers and wharf labourers in its early days. Today the hotel has been revamped into a modern hot spot with roofless top floor and alfresco dining.

Our Role

On the success of the green walls at sister-hotel, ‘The Republic‘, Junglefy were asked again by design team Tzannes to create green walls for this city bar. Whilst retaining the heritage of the original brick facade, Junglefy attached green wall modules to the inside of this space to create the living green walls. Junglefy continues the regular maintenance of the green walls as required and season dependent.