Nurturing Nature-Inspired Spaces: Designing Human Habitats that Foster the Benefits of Horticultural Therapy

In today's fast-paced world, we often spend our lives connected to technology in sterile indoor shelters built for efficiency and functionality and disconnected from the natural world. What are the effects, and how can design and Horticultural Therapy work together to transform our urban structures beyond utilitarianism? The Power of

2023-05-31T10:57:33-07:00May 25th, 2023|Biophilic Design, Indoor Landscape|

Patioscape Perfection: How Plant Experts Can Help Transform Your Outdoor Space with Biophilic Design

Now is the time to enlist our plant experts for support! Whether you are in the phase of educating a client on the extensive return of investing in a biophilic designed patioscape or already creating a construction plan, partnering early on in a project with the professionals at Plant Solutions will streamline your process.

2023-05-08T08:46:16-07:00May 2nd, 2023|Biophilic Design, Indoor Landscape|

Why A Biophilic Designed Patioscape is one of the best investments you can make this Spring

Spring is finally here to revitalize and lift us out of the Winter slumps! This beautiful weather gives us the opportunity to spend more time outdoors and redesigning our outdoor spaces, such as our patios. One great way to revamp your patio and make it a more enjoyable outdoor space is by creating a

2023-05-08T08:46:23-07:00April 12th, 2023|Biophilic Design, Featured|

We’re in “AWE” of the New Science Breakthrough in Biophilia

Discovering the Role of AWE in Biophilic Design and Well-being The key to better understanding why nature feeds our soul is in the science of biophilia. While traced back as far as ancient Greece, the actual study of biophilia is relatively new. Breakthroughs in the science continue, in fact, a significant one was just made

2023-04-04T14:12:01-07:00March 9th, 2023|Biophilic Design, Indoor Landscape|

Plant Walls: A History of the Green Aesthetic

Indoor plant walls are trending. Also known as green walls or living walls, you’re likely seeing much more of them in retail spaces. Here in Phoenix, we designed plant walls for local coffee shop Provision and Picazzo’s, a favorite pizza place. It’s an aesthetic business owners are incorporating more and more, but they aren’t

How Biophilia Helps Mental Health to Get Your Employees Through the Winter Slump

As winter takes hold across the country, plants may not be the only one’s wilting. It’s not uncommon for people to feel fatigue, sadness and have a hard time concentrating this time of year. We have an easy way for you to help your employees overcome their own winter slump: biophilia helps mental health problems.

2023-01-24T16:04:07-07:00January 11th, 2023|Biophilic Design|

Biophilic Design’s Role In The Future of Work in 2023

As 2022 comes to a close, the business world is looking to 2023 and the trends that will keep them ahead. The way we work is constantly changing and, in the wake of work from home initiatives, the future of work will look significantly different than the past. Biophilic Office Design as a Trend The

2023-04-19T13:54:24-07:00December 20th, 2022|Biophilic Design|

Say Goodbye to a Stark Office and Hello to Biophilic Design

Office Plant Designs Enhance Your Space Office design is changing – and for the better. Designers are bringing in more creative furniture, better colors, dynamic lighting and, of course, plants into the workplace. Biophilic office plant design is becoming a staple in modern design philosophy. Here’s quick refresher on why office plants should be in

2022-12-20T17:08:11-07:00December 20th, 2022|Biophilic Design, Indoor Living Walls, MossWallArt™|

Meet the *It* Plants of 2023

Can you have too many plants? We fervently believe the answer is no! But if you’re tired of fiddle leaf figs, Monsteras and pothos then we have the scoop on 2023 picks for up-and-coming indoor plants and style trends. Alocasia Black VelvetFrench artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir once said, “the queen of all colors [is] black” and

2022-12-01T11:07:48-07:00November 22nd, 2022|Biophilic Design|

How the Biggest US Companies are Integrating Biophilic Design into their Headquarters.

The connection between nature and well-being is no longer a theory. Harvard physician Eva M. Selhub said, “Nature stimulates reward neurons in your brain. It turns off the stress response, which means you have lower cortisol levels, lower heart rate and blood pressure, and improved immune response.” In short, bringing nature into your workspace is

2022-10-20T15:19:14-07:00October 20th, 2022|Biophilic Design, Indoor Landscape|
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