Langley Design worked with Willmott Dixon on the provision of cycle parking and bin stores with sedum roofs, benches and movable planters for the University of Birmingham’s new state-of-the-art Teaching and Learning Building.
Construction began in May 2019 with the project being allocated a budget of £22million by the University. The new design aimed to bring another modern aspect to the campus.
Langley Design was chosen by Willmott Dixon to bring architect BDP's beautifully-designed landscaped areas to life.
As a leading provider of sedum-roofed timber cycle/bin shelters in the UK, Langley Design was able to design, manufacture and install bespoke cycle parking and secure bin store solutions for the University. Sedum roofs add an extra touch of class to any project, and the combination of the sedum alongside the hardwood iroko gives a premium finish to the outdoor areas.
Utilising its bespoke manufacturing capabilities, Langley Design was able to create the architect's vision of having moveable planters and benches in a range of irregular shapes and sizes, which can be repositioned elsewhere when the University requires additional space.