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The Cityscapes third and final Holiday Showroom Open House was another successful night! Several clients joined us on October 17th to walk through our Winter Wonderland and view the many themes we have prepared for this holiday season! Holiday decor, new and old, was on display for all to see and cheer was being spread throughout the night!
It is officially Fall at Jones Lang Lasalle’s 20-21 Custom House location in Boston, Massachusetts where Cityscapes has set up a festive planting display! The Autumn theme was brought to life for a Thanksgiving can drive! As the seasons transition in Boston, so do the themes by Cityscapes! Contact us today for seasonal plants!
Fall plantings are in! Check out the seasonal exterior landscape work by Cityscapes at Meredith and Grew in Cambridge, Massachusetts where pumpkins and fall flowers are blooming brightly!
Who’s decking your halls this holiday season? Cityscapes hosted an open house to showcase holiday themes to our clients and it was a jolly success! Contact us today to get some ideas for your holiday decor!
Next week is National Indoor Plant Week!
Having plants in your home and office cleans the air of pollutants, creating an environment of decreased stress and enhanced productivity. National Indoor Plant Week (annually the third week in September) is a week-long celebration of the perfect indoor air cleaner!
Office plants can assist in boosting staff well-being by up to 47% according to workplace research carried out at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.
Visitors to the Chelsea Flower Show were challenged to take part in the study which measured their creativity, happiness and productivity as they experienced a range of different workspace designs. The study, designed by the Identity Realisation research group at the University of Exeter, in association with Indoor Garden Design, compared people’s effective output across different types of business space. Ninety experiments took place across the week and involved a total of 350 participants. The results showed that allowing staff to make design decisions in a workspace enhanced with office plants can increase well-being by 47%, increase creativity by 45% and increase productivity by 38%.
Check out the full details of the study at http://m.phys.org/news/2013-07-office-boost-well-being.html