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    PLANTS THAT WORK FOR WORK

    Biophilia is the inborn affinity human beings have for other forms of life, and nothing helps improve your working environment than living plants. Both staff and customers will enjoy the enhanced environment and all the benefits plants bring to your office. We supply plants for open plan offices, prestigious hotels, penthouses, restaurants, and many other locations.

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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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    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...

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    BIOPHILIC PLANTING SCHEMES BY SUPERPLANTS

    Biophilic design is the approach in architecture that seeks to connect building occupants more closely to nature. Biophilic designed buildings incorporate natural lighting and ventilation, natural planting and other elements to create a more productive and healthy environment for people. Plants play a massive role in this biophilic design and an ideal way to include living plants in the scheme is to contact us at Superplants! We can help to enhance your environment and improve well-being fo...

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    PLANTS IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY AND WELLBEING

    Improve staff morale, increase productivity, and reduce absenteeism by introducing plants in to your workplace. A team from Exeter University, led by psychologist Craig Knight, researched how plants improve productivity. "The improvement in productivity from placing plants near to staff was remarkable. Plants not only boosted intellectual performance but also improved job satisfaction and sense of wellbeing,” explained Craig Knight in an interview with The Times. &...