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    PRESERVED ICELANDIC MOSS WALL

    We created a feature of preserved Icelandic moss, prepared on very thin ply to exactly fit a recess created by our client in Sussex. A moss wall is ideal for locations which require an impressive, low maintenance display to help create a biophilic office environment. To find out how we can create impressive plant displays for your business, contact us on [email protected] or call us on 0800 068 0295.       

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    ENHANCE YOUR WORKING ENVIRONMENT - BIOPHILIA

    The biophilia hypothesis suggests that humans possess an innate tendancy to seek connections with nature and other forms of life. Edward O. Wilson, an American biologist, theorist, naturalist and author, introduced and popularised the hypothesis in his 1984 book 'Biophilia'.

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    SANSEVIERIA: A GOOD SLEEP AID

    As commended by NASA for its potential to purify the air in space stations, the Sansevieria or 'snake plant' (also known as 'Mother in Law’s' tongue) emits oxygen at night making it easier to breath. A great plant for purifying the air in modern environments that are tech-heavy and laden with pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene.The Sansevieria looks good too, so it's a great choice if you're looking to create a stylish, biophilic office sp...

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    WELLNESS DECOR BY SUPERPLANTS

    The use of living plants in the workplace enhances the environment.Plants purify the air, enhances a sense of well-being, improves productivity, and generally makes the office a happier and more enjoyable space to be.Biophilic design is important for your business, so contact us for a cost-effective solution that will reap huge rewards to your business, your workforce and your customers. You can call us on 0800 068 0295 or email [email protected]  

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    BENEFITS OF BIOPHILIC DESIGN

    Biophilia is the innate desire humans have for being connected to nature. We used to live much closer to the natural world than we do today; many of us work in spaces that are disconnected from nature, but studies have shown the benefits that indoor plants have for us and for the business we work for. Plants can reduce stress and tension, help to increase productivity, reduce absenteeism, attract potential new employees and clients, clean the air, and even reduce noise levels.Biophilic design ca...