Green Fortune, out of Stockholm, Sweden, works to increase the biophilic connection using PlantWalls.
These living walls have been popular across the pond for years and are beginning to really take off in the United States. Check out some of Green Fortune’s work here.
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Genzyme Center’s LEED Platinum Certification is the highest level available. This ‘green’ building employs countless techniques to maximize energy efficiency. From computer-controlled window blinds maximizing natural light and controlling radiant heat gain, to green roofs reducing the urban location’s ‘heat island’ effect, this building is a living organism.
Live plant gardens on every floor provide not only a peaceful area to work or take a break, but also improve the relative humidity levels of the space. These gardens also supplement the building’s air cleaning systems by purifying the air, lowering CO2 levels, and decreasing the amount of ambient volatile organic compounds.
Genzyme runs public tours for those who want to experience the nature of this dynamic building and it’s gardens that are maintained by, that’s right, Cityscapes.
To help bring your space to life, call Cityscapes today.
CBRE’s new Well™ Certified Headquarters in LA uses “biophilic air treatment” to create a healthier workplace by the using plants to naturally filter the air.
“As the pioneer of Wellness Real Estate™ and founder of the WELL Building Standard®, Delos is transforming our homes, offices, schools, and other indoor environments by placing health and wellness at the center of design and construction decisions” – Read More about the Delos mission HERE.
‘the fact is offices with well kept plants tend to outperform those which don’t [have plants]’
Read more in this article about the use of plants as a part of office eco-responsibilities!
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Green Plants for Green Buildings members attend TPIE 2014 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida last week.
From left to right: New President of GPGB Joe Zazzera, GPGB board member and Cityscapes’ Owner Jan Goodman, GPGB board member Mary Golden, former GPGB President Mike Lewis, trainer program coordinator Karin Horn
Former President of Green Plants for Green Buildings Mike Lewis holds his Outstanding Leadership Award as he passes the torch to new GPGP President Joe Zazzera.
For more information on GPGB visits their website.
Click the picture or the link below for a brief article about Kronos’ new space,
complete with Cityscapes’ living walls.