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CBRE – Anglo American

CBRE client, Anglo American are mining and metals experts with a UK head office in Central London housing key functions.

the brief

Anglo American’s UK Head office is a study in sophistication and understated elegance. It’s clear that great attention to detail is taken in every aspect of the business, including employee engagement.

The building has been designed to support colleagues every need, with comfort and amenity built into each area, and space to accommodate any work scenario, allowing for privacy or collaboration.

Our brief was to deliver high quality planting to enhance the overall aesthetic in line with the client’s needs, and maintain this to an exceptional standard, with a professional and unobtrusive service.


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Landmark Space – The Lighthouse

Landmark Space offers best in class co-working space, flexible private office, and club space across the UK. The latest in the Landmark portfolio is The Lighthouse at Kings Cross, conveniently located in this popular and newly regenerated part of London. As the name implies, this iconic listed building from the 1800’s has a unique feature, a Lighthouse on top of its roof terrace, which offers great views.

The Brief

The interior design of The Lighthouse uses a calming neutral palette of earthy tones with pops of colour. On the top floor, a stunning bar and roof terrace offers a natural networking space to talk, connect, and share. We were asked to add planting and greenery to bring the outside in, creating a warm, inviting environment that provides people with a relaxing and restorative space.


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Gardiner & Theobald

THE BRIEF

Independent construction and property management consultancy, Gardiner & Theobald (G&T), is a leader in its field. They’re ethical and responsible, with a strong company culture built around a core set of values, so it was important to them that their London headquarters reflect this visually, whilst providing an exceptional workplace experience for their colleagues.

G&T engaged interior design and build experts Oktra for the refurbishment. The finished result is one of sophisticated simplicity, using quality, natural materials for the furnishings and floors paired with a soft neutral, calming colour palette. The refined architectural design of the building with its curved exposed beams and abundance of natural light is a great example of biophilic design, which the designer has augmented with planting for an added sense of wellbeing.

G&T chose Planteria Group, expressing that they wanted to find an expert planting company that would be true to the designer’s vision for the space, whilst specifying plants that would thrive and taking care of them with ongoing maintenance to ensure they continue to look perfect.


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Premium Serviced Workspace in London

THE BRIEF

This premium serviced workspace in fashionable Fitzrovia was once a 1930s textile warehouse. A bold and beautiful art-deco inspired interior design pays homage to the building’s heritage with an emphasis on both fashion and sustainability throughout. This exceptional space features state-of-the-art offices, a suite of tech-enabled meeting rooms, a wellbeing studio, secure cycle storage and an Innovation Lab available for private hire. 

Working closely with the client, and as part of the project team, our aim was to understand the client’s aspirations for the design and to create sympathetic plant designs that tell the English art-deco inspired story, staying true to the design and sustainability ethos, through creative planting.

We installed the planting to tight deadlines and will continue to maintain it with ongoing horticultural care.


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Global Entertainment Company – UK HQ

THE BRIEF

Voted one of the world’s most innovative companies for music, this iconic brand is located in London’s equally iconic Soho Square. This global company has created a unique workspace that includes plenty of high-tech kit, a lab, a theatre, and a client suite. The complete fit-out was delivered by our partners, a Fit-Out Company.

The brief was high-spec and design-led, with attention to detail in every area. Within the building, there are many different spaces, each with a unique style and purpose (some with period features) and it was important to address this by enhancing each space individually and sympathetically, whilst complimenting the brass theme running through the whole interior.


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61 Southwark Street

THE BRIEF

61 Southwark Street is the UK HQ, for this high-profile commercial property client. As the heart and hub of the business, the building has been designed to harness the energy and collaboration of their people to drive the future growth of the business, moving 5 separate offices under one roof.

As the company flagship, designed for meeting clients, and to showcase all the business’s services in one space, the aesthetic was important, creating maximum instant impact. Features include the C- Bar a café and collaborative networking area with the wow factor, executive client space, a training academy, and plenty of agile workspaces.

The successful project achieved all the goals set, reflecting the company’s capability, energy, and vibrancy, with room to accommodate a team of 720 staff.


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Veritas

The Brief

From the South Bank of the Thames, the view across to the City of London is phenomenal. Our client Veritas, the leader in enterprise data protection, has a premium location, with an impeccable interior designed by workspace experts Peldon Rose. The bar had been set high, and their planting scheme needed to match.

Veritas gave us a brief to include innovation and practicality, reflecting their values. With a commitment to operating sustainably, we enjoyed working on this project, helping Veritas visibly display its green credentials. We employed a meticulous planting design strategy where each display was hand-chosen for the space it was to occupy and for maximum impact.


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Fintech

The Brief

Our client was looking for a planting provider to help them complete the look of their newly refurbished office space with beautiful plants. A renowned design and fit-out company was just completing the striking interior scheme.

Although we were not the first company our client had contacted, indeed we were the fourth, but we will try to get over that, we were successful because we listened and understood their brief, and met it with recommendations that matched their imaginative and exciting vision. Importantly, we were also competitive on price.


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M Moser Associates

The Brief

This project for M Moser for a London Client shows how effective planting can be in adding the finishing touches to a workplace design scheme, creating an inspirational space with a distinctive contemporary style.

Global Workplace Experts M Moser, designed the décor with planting to be very much a key feature.  Planteria were able to turn M Moser’s vision into reality, while meeting the client’s specific budget, win-win!


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Francis Crick Institute

The Brief

The Francis Crick Institute is a world leader in cutting edge biomedical research, improving our understanding of human health and disease. With outstanding knowledge and facilities, they have been at the forefront of tackling COVID-19 in the UK in the fields of research, testing and vaccination.

Large important projects like the design and delivery of the refurbishment of the Francis Crick Institute involve collaboration and expertise, with each company working synergistically, to create an unparalleled result.  This project brought together well-known industry leaders; Oliver Heath DesignPilbrow & PartnersOverbury and Principle Cleaning Services.

Oliver Heath Design is a research-led sustainable architecture and interior design practice focused on improving health and wellbeing in the built environment.  Biophilic Design is at the heart of their practise and ethos, using natural elements and colour palettes.  Naturally then, planting was a key feature of the design.


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