Posts Tagged: Atlanta Interior Landscaping

Design Inspiration for your next living green wall!

It is no secret that green walls are becoming a trend in today’s cityscapes. As buildings go up and our natural surroundings are diminished, the importance of designing buildings with natural elements increases. So much so, that things like the WELL Building Standard and LEED certification are becoming common references for developers as well as… Read more »

Adding Greenery to an Interior Design

Just adding greenery to an interior design can bring health benefits and color to any space. However, using greenery effectively and efficiently to take a space to the next level can be a little more complex. In house plants can drape, grow compactly, or spike upwards. Depending on the vibe or atmosphere that you are… Read more »

Interior Landscape and Green Building Code

All over the country, home and business owners are starting to understand their responsibilities in building a greener, more sustainable world. The homes we live in, offices we work in and factories that make our goods are major contributors to pollution. Many standards have been developed, like the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)… Read more »

Plants Creating Their Own Light

One of the biggest concerns with using plants indoors is making sure that they get enough sunlight so that they can grow and thrive. But what about using plants that can provide their own light? Over in Europe, one Dutch scientist is gaining a lot of notoriety for being able to develop a plant tissue… Read more »

Plants – They Do the Body Good

Having plants inside an office or home just does a body good. They’re visually stimulating, sure, but they also do wonders for the body and mind. With air quality being such a high concern in our current climate, every little thing we can do to improve our own airspace, whether it be in our workplace… Read more »

Plants Glow When They’re Healthy, and You Will Too

Space exploration is generally associated with making new discoveries about space, mapping uncharted territory, and getting a closer look at the foreign. The European Space Agency (ESA) has just launched a project that is about to change that perception. They’re using space explorations to look back at the known in a much more sophisticated, holistic… Read more »