The Tip O’Neil Federal Building in Boston, MA.
Team Plantwerks builds a whimsical boxwood ball display in the vestibule of a new luxury apartment community in the heart of the vibrant Seaport District of Boston.
Our Plantwerks designer reshaped the identity of our clients showroom environment by enhancing the entrance, and first impression, by incorporating pops of green life in contemporary white pedestals to complement Continue Reading →
Large and lush ficus lyratas make a grand green statement in this class A building lobby in historic Monument Square, Portland Maine.
We installed new specimen Dracaena Tarzan trees, with character branching, into the main café seating space in the museum. The interesting woody trunks on these large trees add texture to this Continue Reading →
The car rental center at the Portland Jetport had a large installation accomplished. We used the Jetport’s existing concrete planters and installed new Ficus Alii trees surrounded by Schefflera Arboricola Continue Reading →
These three Earth bowls filled with succulents are here where an escalator used to be. The escalator was covered over by this wooden counter space. The large expanse of wood needed something Continue Reading →
True bamboo plantings like these can always be challenging to keep alive indoors. We’ve had great success for many years now maintaining these large specimen trees for the museum. We Continue Reading →