Plants inside Buildings, Artificial Trees, Domestic Planting, Office Interiors

Benefits of Artificial Plants and Trees

Plants in the Home & Office Article

24 June 2012

Artificial Plants inside Buildings

House Plants brighten up a room with colour and living energy. Plants can also bring real health benefits to your body. Not only do complaints about headaches, stress, heart/circulation-symptoms and colds decrease when indoor plants are present, but also richly decorating a room with plants can help to keep the air clean.

Although live office plants are well liked, situations and locations aren’t always suitable, if for example the areas are hard to access or have low light levels. Artificial plants are a good option, nowadays they are often so life-like that they look like the real thing and require very close inspection to tell them apart.

Using artificial trees allows flexibility with the creation of a unique tailor made interior landscape.

Benefits of Artificial Plants and Trees
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Garden Buildings

Scottish Property

Major Strathclyde Building Designs – selection:

Glasgow Property

Famous property near Glasgow:

Hill House
Hill House
photo © Isabelle Lomholt
Hill House

Glasgow Buildings

Holiday Inn Pacific Quay Hotel
Architects: Mosaic Architecture + Design
Holiday Inn Pacific Quay Hotel Glasgow
image courtesy of architects
Holiday Inn Pacific Quay Hotel
Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices, has secured Glasgow City Council planning approval to build an £18m Holiday Inn Pacific Quay hotel on the site of the former Glasgow Garden Festival.

Kelvingrove Gallery Building
Kelvingrove Gallery Glasgow museum
photo © Adrian Welch
Kelvingrove Art Gallery
The layout of the galleries configured symmetrically around the East and West Courts and the Central Hall could not be simpler. However, during the last 100 years there have been a myriad of changes that have, to a greater or lesser extent, put demands on a building that it was not originally designed to accommodate.

Bothwell St Hotel
Design: Aedas Architects
Bothwell Plaza
image courtesy of architects practice
Planning Approval for Aedas Architects’ Bothwell Street Hotel + offices
International architectural practice, Aedas, has received planning consent for its masterplan, architectural and landscape design for Bothwell Plaza, in Bothwell Street Glasgow.

Scottish Hydro Arena – on site at SECC

Hidden Garden

Springburn Winter Gardens Competition

Hidden Gardens Community

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