Green walls and Vertical Gardens are continuing to rise in popularity. Perhaps this is because growing plants vertically, either on the walls or in frames, brings an added aesthetic value to an office without taking up valuable floor space. The concept has been around since the 1930s, but in recent years has come into prominence with architects and building owners supporting it. Anyone who views the green wall does not turn away unimpressed.
As we turn the corner to Christmas, decorating is at the forefront of everyone’s minds. Somewhere in the rush of preparations the office gets left out, and even more so since no one is going to be there over the Holidays. However, setting the mood for the Holidays begins in the office where you spend most of your days, and brings people together with anticipation for the festivities of Christmas. We bring you a few ideas to decorate the office space that will certainly harbour the spirit of the season.
Living a sustainable and healthy lifestyle is quickly becoming an accepted trend around the world with more and more people learning the important benefits of leading a healthy lifestyle. One of these growing trends is installing office plants.
Well maintained office plants offer multiple benefits to the people who work around them. These include people feeling healthier (physically and spiritually), breathing clean air with less toxins and offering a more aesthetically pleasing workplace.
Moss walls are the latest trend in interior design and offer an alternative to the traditional ‘green walls’ and other office plants. This new concept not only creates an interest, but adds a unique style for harmony in the workplace and bringing the outdoors…in!
In today’s crowded cities with chaotic lifestyle, the digital world and constant mental chatter, the isolation from nature has never been so prominent.
Creating bright office spaces has been an issue of intense focus amongst corporations around the globe. There are persuasive benefits to enlivening a work-space. The brighter and livelier the work space, the more productive and energetic are the workers. These bright, lively office spaces also have grounded importance which indirectly enhances the profitability of the business.
Not only can plants make your office look better, but did you know they can make the people in your office feel better too?
Numerous studies have proven that by having a few plants in your office it can improve the overall health and well-being of your employees and reduce the number of sick days taken.
For over 30 years, Green Design have been creating interior plantscapes for all types of businesses, big and small throughout NSW.
At Green Design we incorporate the latest trends in indoor planters with a stunning range of vibrant indoor plants, to create stylish displays that help to improve air quality, lower stress levels, and add to the aesthetic appeal of your workspace.
You know those people who just seem like they’re good at everything? Well it’s not some sort of magical trick as to why they’re like that. They simply have habits that they regularly practice on a daily basis.
Successful people develop these habits over time – and they are highly adaptable to almost any situation.
Most of us love getting out and being at one with nature (at least every now and again), but have you ever felt that you possess a tendency to seek a true connection with nature and other forms of life?
German-born American psychoanalyst Erich Fromm referenced the term biophilia in ‘The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness’ (1973). Read more
Unfortunately for most of us, it seems like there simply aren’t enough hours in the day. What this indicates is that the way you spend your time is critical if you are to reach your goals and ultimately increase your personal output.
You can choose between working longer hours or using your time wisely to get the most out of the limited time you have.