Cityscapes’ Operations Crewmen Brian Juneau and Pat Deleon put together 501 Boylston’s new elevator lobby seating.
On February 1st 2012 New England Grows kicked off their annual trade show and green industry seminars at the Boston Convention & Exhibition center.
Cityscapes designers and buyers were in attendance along with 13,000+ other green industry professionals, all looking for the latest and greatest in exterior landscape plant varieties and designs. Cityscapes President Jan Goodman also networked with new and current vendors to find out what is happening on the growers end of things. Their designers attended seminars on new plant varieties and native plants for ideas for the upcoming seasons. Cityscapes is looking forward to the spring plantings which are right around the corner and are excited to utilize all the information they gathered .
September 15, 2011 (Boston, MA) — The public gathered in Boston’s Back Bay for Carbon Day in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint in the city of Boston. The exhibits on display included programs for tree and green space stewardship, green roof and living wall technology, innovative varieties of electric transportation, and information about new plans for electricity use in our city and state. This year Cityscapes supported the cause by participating in the Urban Foliage exhibit. Cityscapes displayed two of their free-standing, portable living walls and provided information about the extensive benefits indoor plants and living walls can provide to your space. The event was sponsored by Boston University Center for Energy and Environmental Studies and Clean Energy and Environmental Sustainability Initiative.
Please take a look at some photos from the event:
Jennifer Berube of Cityscapes, manning the exhibit
For more information about the benefits of plants click here: http://www.greenplantsforgreenbuildings.org
Exciting Happenings at Cityscapes!
September 28, 2011 – At 9:30 P.M. last Wednesday evening, DIY Network aired their “Brave New World” episode of This New House. The episode included segments on the “New Old Green Modular Home,” a safe and natural way to get rid of ticks and mosquitos, window wells, and of course Cityscapes vertical gardens also known as Living Walls.
Co-Host of This New House, Kevin O’Connor, along with the rest of the film crew shot the segment in Cityscape’s Living Wall Showroom/Greenhouse in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay back in April 2011. Janice Goodman, President/Owner of Cityscapes, was featured front and center as she guided Kevin through the process of planting an herb “picture wall” for her office. Janice showcased a variety of systems and custom designs that are available through the latest Living Wall technology. She also talked about the significant benefits that indoor plants can have on people. Cityscapes is featured during the last eight minutes of the episode…check it out!!
Below are some pictures from the set!!
For more information regarding this episode, click this link: http://www.diynetwork.com/this-new-house/brave-new-world/index.html
Mark Your Calendars!
September 19th through 23rd is
National Indoor Plant Week!
Why PLANTS you may ask?
Studies show that house and office plants can provide great benefits including:
- Stress Reduction
- Purified Air
- Illness Reduction
- Dust Reduction
- Lowered Energy Costs
- Noise Reduction
- Sparks of Creativity
- Mood Elevation
- Distraction Reduction
- Improved Appearance of any area
- If you are interested in adding some green to your office, hotel, or residence please Contact Us
What is one of the newest, most cutting edge designs for office plants in Boston???
Fresh off of the 2011 Plantscape Industry Alliance Expo’s Showroom, modular pots are a unique system which combine office plants, architectural elements, and seating all in one beautiful structure. The design possibilities are endless!
Check it out!
Presenting Cityscapes newest addition to their Boston office!
If you are interested in finding out more about Modular Pots, please Contact Us