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Can Indoor Plants Boost Your Home’s Resale Value?

Indoor Plants Indoor plants are often used to make buildings more enticing. From skyscrapers to multi-family dwelling units or your own home, including greenery and vibrant colors is not only eye catching, but it can make a space look more friendly. In existing buildings, indoor plants can soften harsh lines in the built environment, making

Inspiring a Sense of Awe Within the Built Environment

Imagine traveling to Alaska to spend a cool night, gazing wide-eyed as the Aurora Borealis dances in the sky above you. How would you feel at that moment? How would you physically and emotionally respond to seeing one of the greatest wonders of the natural world? Maybe your eyes widen, your jaw drops slightly or

2022-03-21T14:55:37-07:00February 18th, 2022|Biophilic Design|

The Father of Biodiversity on Biophilic Architecture

Edward O. Wilson was an American biologist, naturalist and writer whose work brought biodiversity to the mainstream. Throughout his long career, he became an expert on insects and devoted time to studying how elements of the natural world influenced animal behavior. Wilson recently passed away in December 2021, and we at Plant Solutions honor his

2022-02-10T15:01:57-07:00February 10th, 2022|Biophilic Design|

A New Take on Employee Well-being

Bring the outdoors inside to reduce employee stress The new year is the perfect time to take stock of employee productivity and engagement, and with that, evaluate opportunities to improve employee satisfaction and happiness. Now, more than ever, consideration of employee well-being is crucial to the creation of a work environment where your staff –

2022-02-04T14:05:11-07:00February 4th, 2022|Uncategorized|

Bringing Biophilic Design to a University Setting at ASU

Arizona State University, named most innovative university by U.S. News & World Report for seven years running, actively supports sustainability education and research on local and global levels. This dedication to advancement extends to emulating nature’s answer to everyday challenges. It is that dedication that keeps Joe Zazzera, ASU alumni and co-owner of Plant Solutions,

2022-02-02T15:14:24-07:00January 31st, 2022|Biophilic Design|

Plant Solutions Named Best Landscaper by Arizona Foothills Magazine

Offers indoor design solutions that promote health and wellbeing Plant Solutions, a Scottsdale-based leader in interior landscape design, installation and maintenance, is pleased to share that Arizona Foothills magazine has named the company the Best of Our Valley 2022: Best Landscaper. “We are honored to be recognized for the hard work we put into transforming

2022-02-02T13:47:34-07:00January 24th, 2022|Uncategorized|

Three Ways to Build Wellness in the Workplace

Employees are the core of an organization and their experience within the company can have a direct impact on workflow and profit. Companies that put an emphasis on workplace wellness show a commitment to taking care of their people, which can lower stress in the office, improve morale and creativity, and decrease employee turnover. Here

2022-01-19T11:52:00-07:00January 5th, 2022|Biophilic Design, Indoor Landscape, Publications|

How Plants Build a More Resilient Office Environment

Shorter days and colder weather can all impact the productivity, immunity, and wellbeing of your team. And while there are many steps you can take to keep everyone happy and healthy this season, incorporating plants into your office space might be the power play that brings it all together. Winter is the busiest time of

2022-01-19T11:52:01-07:00January 5th, 2022|Featured, Indoor Landscape, Indoor Living Walls|

Ways to Combat Wintertime Blues in the Office

Winter is in full swing and that means colder temperatures, less daylight, and for many Americans, less time outdoors. These changes can have a profound impact on health and happiness going into the holidays. Did you know that four to six percent of people experience seasonal affective disorder (SAD) during the winter? And according to

2022-01-19T11:52:01-07:00December 23rd, 2021|Uncategorized|

Two Bio’s – Biomimicry and Biophilia

Comparing biophilic design to biomimicry. When studying in the world of design, it is easy to mistake the terms biophilia and biomimicry as interchangeable. While both are founded upon a deep appreciation and growing understanding of nature, there are key differences between biophilic design/biophilia and biomimicry.   What is Biomimicry? According to the Biomimicry Institute, biomimicry

2022-01-19T11:52:01-07:00November 24th, 2021|Biophilic Design|
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