For this office lobby located in the central business district of Portland, Plantwerks collaborated with the property management team, architects and lighting specialists to incorporate a living wall design with various colors and textures to enhance the space when stepping into the Class A building.
Global Aquaculture Alliance and Plantwerks teamed up in creating a focal wall at their new corporate headquarters integrating multiple, biophilic design elements including two living walls, a water feature, a Koi pond, and natural stone.
Plantwerks transformed multiple floors of open space with a linear green design complimenting the architectural features of the main lobby. The groupings of lush greenery play up the curvaceous accents on the upper levels.
Plantwerks dressed the reception of a Maine healthcare facility in high style for the holidays. The design exceeded expectations and brought joy to patients, employees, and visitors.
Global Aquaculture invested in a wellness “wow” factor in their new office. The double living wall installation resulted in a “wow” factor that Global Aquaculture wanted to achieve for their employees and clients. Plantwerks provided on-site green wall “fun facts” and education on plant care for employees.
“The Shed at Imarc” expanded and opened with a focus on employee wellness.
Imarc’s new industrial office is filled with lush greenery along the window wall adding a new dimension to the interior. The earthwall and sansevieria creates a divider defining the entrance and directing traffic flow.
The Plantwerks team worked with The Cliff House, an award winning luxury hotel resort in Maine, to find a solution for a unique problem. The Cliff House sits atop the rocky cliffs of the southern Maine coastline offering sweeping vista views of the shoreline and ocean from the guest room balconies. While the ocean views from the balconies are quite majestic, some patrons complained about the drab concrete rooftops below.
The Plantwerks team added a beautiful, versatile, and maintenance free solution using custom built exterior containers and cutting edge Polyblend Life-Like exterior plants. This high end faux plant material is very realistic, blends into the natural environment, and is extremely durable designed to withstand the most extreme natural elements of ultra violet light, rain, wind, and snow.
We mindfully incorporated a green design in a clients office accomplishing a balance of work place wellness.
Plantwerks installed a living wall and vertical tropical plant peace garden at the new medical care facility. The green design provides comfort and beauty for the medical patients and employees.
Plantwerks gets accolades on another living wall installation from the National Development Property Managers and tenants in the building.
Planwerks installed a 400 square foot living wall in the new Danielle N. Ripich Commons Student Center at UNE enhancing the structure both aesthetically and environmentally. The curvilinear design gives the illusion of movement and mimics the adjacent Saco River.
Waterstone at the Circle in Boston was the former Circle Cinema. The new development includes luxury senior living. Plantwerks collaborated with designers, property management, and the senior living management team to incorporate unique ceramic pieces and greenery that complements the interior and brings a three-dimensional life to the space.
Our Plantwerks designer reshaped the identity of our client’s showroom enhancing the entrance and first impression by incorporating pops of green life in contemporary pedestals complementing the whimsical wall structure. The theme was carried throughout the space.
The Plantwerks team headed down to Florida this January to tour the tropical plant farms and meet with our growers to get a sense of what greenery is looking spectacular for the spring/summer 2018 season. And then it was off to the Tropical Plant International Expo to gain a pulse on the new interiorscape trends.