Indoorlandscaping and Interior Planting
Studies by Marius Ballieux, a representative of organic architecture supported by Waterdrinker Aalsmeer and Nieuwkoop Europe, show that plants filter large parts of the harmful FOV from the air.
This has a positive effect on the health and is the proof that plants (partially) can take over the function of ventilation systems!
For example, when designing schools, office buildings or hotels, expensive ventilation systems are often included.
It would be best if the use of plants were taken into account in the design of buildings and not afterwards, when the building is already finished.
Especially because plants as natural air purifiers can (partially) take over the role of the aeration systems mentioned above.
Not only is this a fantastic example of organic architecture, it also provides great savings.
Tropical trees in the interior
Plant and Planter - more
Examples as references
Project Tyrol Austria
Project Lucerne Switzerland
Plant available light
Halls planted with trees and plants need a very special attention regarding the plant light. Here, a perfect exposure of the plants by calculating the radiation angle, the light orientation in general and the removal of the plant light to the corresponding plant or tree is crucial for the correct, sustainable growth of the plants.
Bucida tree in hospital - perfectly lit!
Airport Terminal - trees lit with natural light
Natural light - Atrium - more
Or there is so much daylight due to overhead glazing in the atrium that no additional lighting is needed for the plants and trees in the room.
Bamboo in Atrium - Germany
Nitida in Atrium - Universität Lyon - France
Bucida buceras tree in Atrium - Germany
Plants and interior greenery at the staircasePlants in the stairwell are usually exposed to a lot of dust and road pollution, which you can automatically carry with the footwear into the crowns of the trees.
Here you should consider certain criteria in the selection of plants!
Trachycarpus wagnerianus - palm tree - in the staircase - Germany
Ficus microcarpa at the staircase
Ficus microcarpa on the stairs - Munich
Tropical Bamboo on the stairs
Plants in the conference roomPlants in conference rooms must be both very decorative and very easy to care for.
Especially in conference rooms, the temperatures over the year and also the light are often changed by darkening over the weekend.
This requires very stable plant selection!
Ficus pandurata in the conference room
Yucca Rostrata in the conference room
Fashion houses greening in Madrid - Spain
Plant in the fashion house and clothing storeFashion house greening with plants in the clothing store is always a challenge, as the dry air of the textiles does not make any plant or tropical tree lastingly prosper.
Therefore, we develop solutions according to the air quality and the plant light!
Phoenix palm trees in the fashion store
Bucida buceras tree in the fashion house
Further interior greening topics
- Hotel greening - gastronomy greening
- Fair greening
- Office greening
- Therme and pool greenery
- Winter Garden Greenery
- Orangerie greening
- and many other interior greening more
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