Experian

EXPERIAN

We worked with CBRE to refurbish Experian’s office space on the 6th floor of Cardinal Place embodies a modern, sustainable, and futuristic design. It was meticulously crafted to serve as a collaborative hub, prioritising both sustainability and staff wellness. The space boasts two main social hubs, a prep and buffet kitchen, open-plan work areas, connect spaces, a variety of meeting rooms, a wellness room, and a prayer room, ensuring that every aspect of a perfect office environment has been thoughtfully included.

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The collaboration areas are strategically designed to take advantage of the external views, offering stunning views of key London landmarks such as The London Eye, Cardinal Place, and Westminster Cathedral Hall. This connection to the outside world enhances the workspace, making it a more inspiring and engaging environment.

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At Planteria, we drew inspiration from Experian’s branding guidelines, subtly incorporating key colours into the design. Shades of purple and pink were infused into the cabinet top planting, naturally blending the company’s branding with the greenery. The majority of the pots were chosen in neutral colours, accented with hints of blue tones to link back into Experians branding.

We also assisted in achieving Experian’s key sustainability aims, and further increasing the benefits of having planting in offices, we incorporated into the designs numerous planters produced from recycled materials. Furthermore, these planters are all manufactured using 100% pure wind energy, from our suppliers onsite wind turbine.

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Our biophilic design approach features a variety of freestanding planters filled with diverse greenery. We also incorporated cabinet top planters, seating booth plants, and tabletop plants, all showcasing an array of plants, including some mixed succulents. This thoughtful integration of natural elements not only enhances the aesthetic appeal of the office but also contributes to the overall well-being of the staff and sustainability aims for Experian.

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Page Group

Page Group

Planteria worked with Page Group to create a modern, agile environment to enable hybrid working and more effective collaboration between their teams and customers. They wanted to co-locate all their London staff under one roof for the first time – the motivation behind this decision was to help make further opportunities to drive innovation, whilst also creating a more sustainable and accessible working environment.

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Page Group acquired the 40,000 square-foot space – they were attracted to the building for its strong sustainability credentials and the collaboration potential a single space could provide them.

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planteria’s contribution

Planteria used a lot of biophilia to decorate Page Groups new space. We included a tree and planting in the reception area, Free standing pots, Open shelving planting and locker top planting. The use of biophilia created a fresh feel to the space and has added green life to benefit employees within the workplace. 

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Convene – Sancroft

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 Tradition meets modernity at Convene Sancroft 

In the bustling corner of London’s Paternoster Square, a new lifestyle hub has emerged, blending tradition with contemporary design. The new venue spans over 45,000 squre-feet across two floors. Convene Sancroft compromises seven unique meeting spaces – each of which can be custom-configured to accommodate various event types. The centrepiece of the venue is the 900-person grand hall.

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The venue wanted to pay homage to the areas rich history while embracing modernity, inspired by this unique fusion, the venue features a calming white backdrop, allowing vibrant colours, floral patterns and lavish textures to pay homage to the past while embracing modern simplicity.

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planteria’s contribution

We used a mixture of plants to transform the space and brighten up the room. We displayed this in multiple cluster sets of planters. The centre-piece bar also features a stunning display. The bar creates a sense of luxury within the room and the display brightens the contrast between the textured wood.

 

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108 Cannon Street

108 Cannon Street

Creating a well-being workspace with a difference

 108 Cannon Street is not your typical office space. It was designed with key sustainability credentials and employee well-being at its forefront. 108 Cannon Street has been reimagined it includes a stunning new reception, rooftop terrace and beautifully designed workspace.

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Back in 1183, Cannon Street was known as Candelewrithstret, initially it was home to candle-makers otherwise known as a chandler. A chandler was a person who specialised in crafting wax and candles. Back in this period – Candles were made from tallow, this is rendered from beef or mutton fat, as a result, the smell was quite pungent. There were many complaints from people around the city about the smells spreading from Candelewrithstret. The chandlers eventually moved their trade to outside the city walls. In the late 19th century Cannon Street was occupied by large wholesale warehouses, especially of cotton goods and other fabrics.

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The design of the new 108 Cannon Street wanted to embrace the history of the building and surrounding area right back from the 1100s, The inspiration for the colour scheme and design of the building was to incorporate the colour and textures of wool and cloth, a reminder of the 19th century warehouses that occupied the street, and use light pastel colouring to remember the original Chandlers of Candelewrithstret.

 The new design boasts some super-sustainable solutions, it received a BREEAM ‘very good’ rating, WELL ‘gold’ certification EPC ‘b’ rating and was named Net Zero enabled with remaining carbon emissions onset.

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planteria’s contribution

We used an exciting selection of plants to echo the inspiration behind the design. The mood board behind our biophilic design showed pastel greens, pinks and reds and incorporated multiple textures into the design. We used free-standing pots and troughs, which are all made from natural materials or recycled plastic, to house our array of plants. We used light whites, greys, and pastels for our pots and troughs to blend with the key colour scheme of the new design.

 In a further push for sustainability, we planted all our displays in Ecoponic substrate, a 100% peat-free soil substitute. Ecoponic substrate helps protect our vulnerable peatlands and wildlife and reduces carbon emissions. It also uses less water and reduces flies and pests.

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108 Cannon Street : The Future Of Flexible Working

The effect of this project was to create a flexible, sustainable and modern space for employees not only to work but to enjoy every feature while visiting. The use of sustainability and in-depth design for every new feature shows the commitment to making a space not just for now but for the future.

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JLL Birmingham

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A workspace with sustainable design and advanced connectivity.

JLL opened their new office in Birmingham, we helped them along the way by curating biophilic additions to the new workspace. The space is based in a groundbreaking and highly sustainable, all electric, low carbon building.

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The design for the building was based around achieving the top sustainability credentials. An important part of the decision-making process was to align with Net Zero Carbon and Wellbeing requirements. JLL’s aim was to deliver a best-in-class energy efficient office fit out. The focus was to minimise embodied carbon through a circular economy design strategy, as well as aiming for SKA Gold, BREEAM Excellent and WELL Gold standards as a minimum.

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planteria’s contribution

Planteria supplied a large mix of biophilia to bring nature and life into the building. We used a variety of free-standing planters, cabinet top planters, shelfing plants and an overhead planting display to transform the building into a biophilic oasis.

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The building also boasts large collaboration and games areas, quiet working zones for employees needing a silent space and a large open kitchen. One of the main aims for the space was to create a space designed for collaboration – this has been well achieved.

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Modus – Bazaar Voice

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Planteria were thrilled to work with Modus to supply and install the planting for Bazaar Voice’s new London office.

Strategically located on bustling Oxford Street, Bazaar Voice’s new headquarters sits at the heart of London’s prime shopping district. In designing their space, Modus’ goal was to seamlessly blend the essence of this iconic retail hub into the office’s aesthetic. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the interior with natural light and showcase breath-taking views of the cityscape

Taking inspiration from the lively shopping district outside, contemporary retail-inspired touches are spotted throughout, like the replica hanging plants by Planteria that adorns the bar. This enhances the ambiance and creates a comfortable, familiar vibe for employees and clients.

Exposed brick lends industrial chic warmth, contrasting the modern workspace. The bar’s unique curved shape in the tea-point mirrors Bazaar Voice’s logo, incorporating subtle brand references that build a sense of community. Shelving lined with greenery maximizes space while integrating nature.

 

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  • Designer:  Bron Smart
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Endava

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In collaboration with the Design & Fitout company Area, Planteria had the privilege of transforming Endava’s London offices into a vibrant biophilic oasis.

Leveraging our expertise in providing plants and planters, we curated a stunning array of greenery that perfectly complemented Area’s visionary design, enhancing the overall ambiance and employee well-being.

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Endava, a global technology company, sought to create an inspiring office space that fostered creativity, productivity, and a connection with nature. To bring their vision to life, they enlisted the expertise of Area, a leading architectural and interior design firm renowned for its innovative and sustainable designs.

Design Concept

Area’s design concept revolved around blending the modernity of the corporate world with the tranquility of nature. They envisioned an office environment that would invigorate employees and provide them with a sense of tranquility amidst the bustling cityscape.

 

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planteria’s contribution

As a leading provider of plants and planters with a keen eye for design, Planteria played a pivotal role in bringing the transformation of Endava’s workspace to life. Our work resulted in the integration of carefully selected plants and planters that harmonized with the overall design theme.

Plant Selection

To complement the warm wood panelling present throughout the office, Planteria recommended a number of plants including the elegant and resilient Ficus Robusta Tineke plants. These not only added a touch of greenery but also harmonized perfectly with the wooden elements, creating a sense of continuity and cohesion in the space.

Impressive Planters

Understanding the significance of cohesive design, Planteria curated an array of planters that were as impressive as they were diverse. From stone and ceramic to hessian planters, each container was chosen with meticulous attention to detail to match the colour theme and elevate the office’s overall aesthetic.

Locker Top Planting

The locker tops provided a unique opportunity for creative planting displays. Planteria incorporated a mix of striking Monstera Andansoii, elegant Satin Pothos, air-purifying Aglonema, and eye-catching Calathea Freddie plants. This well-balanced selection not only enhanced the office decor but also contributed to a healthier indoor environment, promoting better air quality and employee well-being.

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Employee Well-Being

Numerous studies have emphasized the positive impact of greenery on employee well-being. With an abundance of lush foliage, Endava’s workspace became a haven of calmness, promoting a healthier work-life balance and enhancing the overall job satisfaction of its employees.

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Planteria is proud to have contributed to the transformation of Endava’s London offices into a thriving and inspiring workspace. 

The seamless collaboration between Planteria, design company Area, and Endava resulted in a harmonious blend of architecture, interior design, and greenery, setting new standards for modern workspaces. 

Through the strategic use of thoughtfully chosen plants and planters, we achieved a space that not only looks stunning but also fosters creativity, boosts productivity, and enhances the well-being of Endava’s employees.

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Anomaly

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Anomaly

Anomaly is a ‘new model’ agency. More than just making ads, their team wants to solve business problems. With offices in the major global centres their team of creatives are looking to break the ‘status quo’. An award-winning team of progressive, diverse thinkers needs an office space to match.

With a goal of revitalizing its London offices, Anomaly partnered with Planteria Group. Working together with Rainbow designs, we set on a journey to take their office to a new level. Transforming their space into an inviting, biophilic oasis.

This case study highlights the successful collaboration between Anomaly and Planteria.

Client: Anomaly
Planting Design, Install & Maintenance: Planteria Group
Furniture Design: Rainbow Designs
Location: London

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Working with Rainbow Designs, Anomaly wanted to create a stimulating experience for employees.  Planteria designed and installed the planting scheme.  We included plants with both aesthetics and natural benefits to employees.

Design Implementation 

The design concept was to use lush green plants with dramatic, textured planters to create a unique office environment. 

Impressive textured planters

Biophilic design is more than just adding plants.  It can also achieve by incorporating natural textures.  A fantastic way of doing this is through the planters.  We chose textured planters made from natural materials including stone, ceramic, and hessian. The choice of materials added a tactile element.

Trailing Scindapsus plants around the stairwell

The stairwell, a prominent feature in the office, presented a unique opportunity to add a touch of nature. Trailing Scindapsus plants along the handrails add a sense of movement and life to the space.

Shelving planting with smaller plants

Another aspect of the project was utilising shelving space. Smaller plants arranged on shelves, creating mini-green oases within the office. This not only added greenery but also optimized the use of vertical space, resulting in a multi-dimensional design.

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Outcomes and Benefits

The integration of plants and planters transformed Anomaly’s London offices.  It delivered numerous benefits to the workspace and its occupants:

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Anomaly is defined by ‘progressive, diverse thinkers looking for something different’.  Their office design needed to support that.  Planteria was able to help them stand out to potential employees – creating a brilliant, supportive place to work.

Improved well-being & productivity

Interior plants are proven to enhance well-being and reduce stress levels. After-all, on average we spend 30% of our waking hours in the office.  Employees at Anomaly should feel more connected to nature.  This will lead to increased creativity and a sense of tranquillity within the office environment.

Positive aesthetics & brand identity

Including plants and visually appealing planters improve the aesthetics of the space. It also aligns with Anomaly’s brand identity of creativity, innovation, and pushing boundaries.  A bold statement to clients and visitors.

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The collaboration between Anomaly, Rainbow Designs and Planteria brings Anomaly’s vision to life.  The offices are a green oasis that inspires and energizes employees. The brilliant planting scheme created a harmonious blend of nature and contemporary design.

By adopting biophilic design, the space nurtures creativity and enhances well-being. The pictures speak for themselves, highlighting the value of planting in the workplace.

As Anomaly continues to thrive in their revitalised workspace, the success of this project serves as an inspiration.  Including biophilia with plants and planters can transform an office space.

Planteria is proud to have collaborated with Anomaly & Rainbow Designs on this project. We look forward to future partnerships and the opportunity to create inspirational spaces.

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XCHG – 22 Bishopsgate

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XCHG

XCHG, 22 Bishopsgate, is a workspace located in the heart of the City of London. Designed to be a hub for innovation, collaboration, and community, XCHG offers a range of flexible workspaces and amenities to its members.

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As part of the workspace’s design, there was a need to incorporate greenery and natural elements to enhance the working environment.

This is where Planteria, came in. We were tasked with supplying and installing 65 plant displays, as well as a feature green wall with XCHG branding.

Our team at Planteria worked closely with XCHG to create a bespoke solution that complemented the modern and innovative design of the workspace.

The plant displays were strategically placed throughout the workspace to create a calming and refreshing atmosphere, while the feature green wall with XCHG branding became a focal point in the workspace.

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The plant displays and green wall have not only enhanced the aesthetic appeal of the workspace but have also provided numerous benefits to its occupants. Studies have shown that plants can improve air quality, reduce stress levels, and increase productivity, making the workspace a healthier and more productive environment.

One of the most impressive features of the XCHG workspace is its stunning views of London. The addition of the plant displays and green wall has created a seamless connection between the interior and exterior of the workspace, making the views even more breathtaking.

The XCHG workspace is a prime example of how incorporating natural elements into a workspace can enhance the working environment and provide numerous benefits to its occupants.

Our team at Planteria is proud to have played a part in bringing this vision to life, and we look forward to continuing to work with XCHG and other clients to create beautiful and functional workspaces.

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Legal & General

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Attracting staff back to the office with healthy spaceS

Our project at Legal & General’s headquarters in the City of London is a perfect example of how a workplace can be transformed through well-designed and thoughtful planting.

Like many companies, Legal & General wanted to attract its workforce back into the office after Covid and the resulting ‘work from home’ revolution.

There’s been a permanent shift towards hybrid working, with employees wanting more from their workplaces than just a place to do business. More and more people now recognise the difference between healthy and unhealthy offices and the importance of wellbeing at work.

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Getting ahead of this change was particularly important for Legal & General with its flagship building, so the company decided to incorporate an extensive indoor planting scheme as part of an overall refurbishment.

Covid also revolutionised something else, and that’s people’s attitudes to nature. As a way of coping with stress or poor health, and to pass the time when we had to distance ourselves socially, many of us went out into nature and discovered how restorative it is for our minds and bodies to surround ourselves with plants and trees. People discovered the value of biophilia (love of natural life), some for the first time.

Again, L&G recognised that and wanted to give their workforce and visitors an environment that would make a lasting difference to their health and happiness, and help them feel connected with the natural world. 

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How Planteria created a healthy workplace for L&G

L&G asked us to design a scheme reflecting their company values and their motto of “creating a better tomorrow together.” These values are about bringing people together and about environmental sustainability. The project gave us a fantastic opportunity to showcase not only our plant and design knowledge, but also our understanding of branding and branded spaces, and the importance of using physical space to tell people who you are.  

To begin with, there were almost no plants in the building. So L&G asked us to design and plant up displays throughout – both on the refurbished floors and in those where refurbishment wasn’t required.

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PLANTS THAT ENHANCE THE L&G BRAND

We used an exciting selection of plants to echo the company’s branding and interiors, one of the major ones being Schefflera arboricola or ‘the umbrella tree’ in different varieties. This evokes the famous L&G umbrella logo in a clever yet subtle way.

We created a palette of plant colours inspired by the red, yellow, blue, and green in the L&G umbrella. 

Varieties such as the reds of the Aglaonema ‘Cherry’ and Aglaonema ‘Crimson Love’, the yellows of the Dracaena ‘Lemon Lime’ and Aglaonema ‘Key Lime’, the blue-green of Polyscias ‘Fabian’, and the true greens of Monstera deliciosa or Howeria forsteriana (kentia palm).

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To support the Legal & General brand, we chose to feature the Scefflera arboricola, also known as the Umbrella Tree. This evokes the famous L&G umbrella logo in a clever yet subtle way.

Our containers, a combination of free-standing plant pots and wall-mounted displays, are made from natural materials or recycled plastic. We used some in a fresh white to allow the plants to speak for themselves, while others picked out the brand colours and blended with the interior joinery, furniture, and carpets. Using different shapes like this elevates plants to features in the space, drawing the eye and adding interest as well as a sense of calm.

In a further push for sustainability, we planted all our displays in ecoponic substrate, a 100% peat-free soil substitute. Ecoponic substrate helps protect our vulnerable peatlands and wildlife, and reduces carbon emissions. It also uses less water and reduces flies and pests.

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Legal & General: a place where people want to be

The effect of this project was to create a captivating plant haven in an otherwise functional workplace – a place staff genuinely wanted to return to. Not only does the scheme bring the workforce back together in an attractive, healthy environment – but it also demonstrates the company’s drive towards nature connection and sustainability, showing they mean what they say with “creating a better tomorrow together.”

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JAB Holdings

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We were delighted to supply the plants and living walls for the stunning office of JAB Holding Company, located above Paddington Station in London. This office is a masterclass in biophilic design.

The design aims to create a welcoming, comfortable, and enjoyable workplace for employees. To achieve this, the architects incorporated natural elements such as high ceilings, frame-less window glazing, and an open-plan layout that provides unobstructed views of the London skyline.

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Our contribution to the space included supplying large planters and living walls, which brought a burst of color and vibrancy, creating a tranquil oasis-like ambiance that fosters creativity, productivity, and well-being.

The use of natural materials and earthy tones throughout the space provides a neutral base, while the incorporation of biophilic elements creates a cohesive and harmonious design. The architects utilized biophilic design principles to connect employees with nature, resulting in a space that promotes a sense of calm, relaxation, and inspiration.

In conclusion, we are thrilled to have been a part of the design process for JAB Holding Company’s office, which exemplifies the best of biophilic design. Our contribution of plants and living walls helped create a tranquil and inviting atmosphere that fosters well-being, creativity, and productivity.

Image of the stunning biophilic design of JAB Holding Company's office, featuring natural elements such as plants, living walls, and high ceilings to create a tranquil and inviting atmosphere for employees.
Image of the stunning biophilic design of JAB Holding Company's office, featuring natural elements such as plants, living walls, and high ceilings to create a tranquil and inviting atmosphere for employees.
Image of the stunning biophilic design of JAB Holding Company's office, featuring natural elements such as plants, living walls, and high ceilings to create a tranquil and inviting atmosphere for employees.
Image of the stunning biophilic design of JAB Holding Company's office, featuring natural elements such as plants, living walls, and high ceilings to create a tranquil and inviting atmosphere for employees.
Image of the stunning biophilic design of JAB Holding Company's office, featuring natural elements such as plants, living walls, and high ceilings to create a tranquil and inviting atmosphere for employees.
Image of the stunning biophilic design of JAB Holding Company's office, featuring natural elements such as plants, living walls, and high ceilings to create a tranquil and inviting atmosphere for employees.

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Designed by UberRaum Architects

 

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CBRE – BT Tyneside

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Planteria worked with CBRE to supply a huge range of plants for this flagship EE building.

As you enter into the impressive reception area statement Ficus Ginseng trees stand guard while a huge personalised moss wall welcomes you.  

Beyond the entrance is an amazing office space filled with biophilia.  Impressive mixed planting in troughs and seatbacks, trailing plants on suspended metal racking, clusters of featured plants, large trees, ivy screening and more create a vibrant working environment. 

Read on to see more of this inspiring workspace…

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The workspace is designed like a village.  Employees are situated in ‘communities’ are positioned around the central ‘town square’.  The EE town square is the Relax & Refuel areas with a variety of furniture and planting to encourage interaction and communication.  Within the open offices there are ‘community clusters’ – areas where staff can meet and collaborate.  

The upstairs features a large Training Village – this is an area with assorted meeting rooms, collaboration areas and soft seating.  The building also features a wellness suit – complete with a Planteria moss roof.  

The interior draws inspiration from the local environment.  For example, as Newcastle is colloquially called ‘The Toon’ – EE’s auditorium-style meeting area is called the ‘Toon Hall’. 

The highlight of the building is the vast canteen area – full of biophilia.  Covering nearly a quarter of the ground floor, this busy, vibrant hub is a meeting point for staff from across the entire building. By the windows are three bays of bench seats – beautiful mixed plants grow in the seat-backs.  

Two large circular seats are set around custom planters – an array of plants including Dieffenbachia, Strelitzia create a brilliant biophilic centrepiece.  Above the bar a selection of artificial plants trail from suspended metal racking – differing shades were chosen for maximum impact.     

Tailing plants above bars:  Asparagus Sprengeri, Begonia, Chlorophytum, Dieffenbachia Zebra, Eucalyptus, Hedera, Helix, Kunst Druiventak, Caladium, Trailing Pothos.

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The training area features a semi-private meeting room with faux ivy walls.
The circular desks feature table top planters. In the distance you can see the Bucida Buceras ‘Shady Lady’ tree and upstairs kitchenette.
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The Wellness Suite with the moss roof.
The EE 'Toon Hall' is an auditorium-style meeting area. Monstera, Chamaedorea Elegans, Cissus Rhombifolia, Philodendron Moonlight and Cordyline Tango decorate each end.
The 'Toon Hall' - a large meeting area with trailing plants on each end.
These trailing artificial plants add a burst of colour to this first floor kitchenette.
One of the Relax/Refuel areas with trailing plants above the bar.
The railway carriage style meeting areas contain a mix of real and artificial planting (depending on the light levels in their specific location)
Smaller meeting or eating areas with planting.

biophilic by design

Planteria are committed to creating best-in-class biophilic design and this project was no exception.  A finalist in the Mixology North22, it had planting incorporated throughout the building.  Below is an example of the work produced by our in-house design team and the finished project.

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Our team chose a beautiful selection of plants including the Strelitzia, Dieffenbachia, Cordyline Tango, Philodendron Moonlight, Chamaedorea Elegans, & Scindapsis.

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This image shows the final result with the live mixed planting growing in the seatbacks.

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