There’s really nothing like a little greenery to freshen up a work space, or any space for that matter. Below are some next-level green spaces in action. From incredible living walls featuring over 20,000 plants, to a few DIY projects for your weekend green thumb…. happy planting!
A stunning work in the Edmonton International Airport, Green Over Grey Living Walls and Design drew inspiration from high altitude cloud formations and famous Canadian paintings by The Group of Seven and Emily Carr to create the largest living wall inside any airport terminal, worldwide. This work of art allows passengers a breath of fresh air between flights. Offering refreshment and relaxation, living walls are like a walk in the park. View Green over Grey's website here.
Showcasing 26,000 square feet of plants of varying sorts and varieties, Calgary’s own Jamieson Place houses the largest indoor garden in Canada, The Winter Garden, and features a bio wall containing over 20,000 plants. Living walls offer an 85% reduction of indoor pollutants, how’s that for lunch-break air quality?
Berlin’s Dussman House features a unique “Mur Végétal” designed by famous French botanist and artist Patrick Blanc. Highly accomplished and regarded, Blanc draws inspiration from global travels, architecture and nature to create his works that can be found around the world.
Get your start in living walls with these smaller scale ideas, perfect for residential installations. Living walls offer vibrancy, texture and unique composition to décor. They are quick to establish, sustainable and recyclable. Get planting!