The world has changed quite a bit, especially in how we work. More and more people are working from home, and companies are cutting back on office space. But here's the thing – every business needs to preserve its company culture because culture is everything. That's where biophilic design comes into play.
At Green Air, we've been on a mission for the last 20 years to transform workspaces with our innovative landscapes, green walls, and office plant hires because more and more people are coming to realise it is important to connect with nature as a sanctuary of calmness in our busy lives.
I've seen first-hand how plants can transform an office, not just aesthetically but also in terms of productivity and well-being. And it's not just about putting a plant in a pot; it's about creating living ecosystems that connect people with nature.
So, how can you bring these biophilic elements into your office? It's crucial to find a partner that shares your vision and values and can provide a comprehensive service from design to maintenance.
Next, understand your space. Consider the natural light, air conditioning, and available space to ensure your selected plants will thrive. And remember supplementary lighting. It can transform low-light areas into vibrant, inviting spaces.
And lastly, consult the experts. We have the knowledge and expertise to help you select the right plants and integrate them seamlessly into your design, ensuring you make the most out of your investment.
Incorporating biophilic design into our workspaces is more than just a trend; it's a movement towards creating healthier, more inspiring, and more productive work environments. It's a win-win for both employers and employees.
So, let's bring the outdoors in and transform our work. Together, we can create workspaces that are not just places to get the job done but where we can thrive, be our best selves and feel connected to the world around us.
By Simon Chamberlain │ Managing Director