|Interior plants in Planter Burlington, MA|
The above lobby has earth form Architectural planter made of fiberglass contains two interesting and contrasting tropical interior office plants, in one of our Burlington, MA office location.
The new open weave braided low light Marginata green office plants are different and airy. The contrasting shorter but colorful twirly Warneckii have thicker heavy leaves.
|Warnecki interior office plant|
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New Social Distancing designs using interior office plants
New interior office foliage designs for social distance in Corporate offices Burlington, MA
Make it Mobile
In normal times, corporate offices use their board rooms for a variety of events. Many of the options we’ve discussed so far, however, are somewhat permanent. Moving a large planter is no easy task! For this reason, we think that an investment in plants should be done with an eye for the future. The products we sell today, need to last for years to come. That’s sustainability!
As corporate offices start to open and we approach a return to normalcy, more and more events will be back on. The backlog of postponed company meetings will start to unfurl, and offices will be charged with adapting their rushed COVID spaces into more dynamic venues.
Our third and final tip is to focus on ways that one can introduce mobile greenery to build sustainable social distance. Take for example our innovative BioMontage & NextGen Living Wall Room Dividers. These come on rolling, lockable casters and can be connected to create modular space. Similarly, many of our planter
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Plantscape Designs has satisfactorily maintained the interior plant materials at Burlington MAll for over three years.
Unlike most Commercial installations, our building is open to the general public more than 80 hours a week thus, subjecting our plantings to unusual circumstances .
Plantscape Designs Inc continues to respond to our needs for the varied plant materials in the building.
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