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.
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.
Vertical gardens and Green Walls are innovative structures that hold indoor plants in place and connect you to the outdoors – even if you’re stuck in a tiny office!
This article aims to provide you with more information about what vertical gardens can be used for, and why hiring them is a much better option than purchasing vertical plants yourself.