Written by Scott Anderson
Most of us seem to spend a lot of time at work each week, and for many job roles this means working from an office work-space. For many, this means around 50 hours a week at the office – nearly 30% of your week. It’s no wonder that many companies are investing in better work-spaces to motivate their employees, attract and retain top talent. After all if you spend 30% of your time in the office, you’d prefer it to be a comfortable and pleasant place.
Project 1: Facebook Office, Dublin, Ireland
The staff at Facebook in Ireland are treated to a range of lunch options, and this living wall by the seating area gives a calming backdrop.
See more images of the Facebook office living wall project
Project 2: XL Catlin, London, United Kingdom
If you worked at XL Catlin you would be able to enjoy the quiet seating area with the natural sound barrier provided by this curved living wall.
Read more about this indoor living wall project
Project 3: Methven, Auckland, New Zealand
This water company in New Zealand wanted to make a statement about their commitment to the environment in the reception area.
Learn more about this living wall system
Project 4: Moor Place, London, United Kingdom
Why limit yourself to the indoors!? This project that we completed in London turns the roof into a series of terraces which provide a great way to get outdoors without descending to the busy streets below.
See how we created these sloping living walls.
Project 5: ECCO Conference Centre, Tønder, Denmark
Take the stairs! This green wall in Denmark provides a stunning backdrop for the spiral staircase at this conference centre.
Check out more images of this green wall project.
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