We have an innate basic need for human beings to connect with nature and the term used to describe this is ‘Biophillia’. Whilst our working environments cannot quite replicate wild landscapes, we can replicate nature by bringing our beloved plants and trees inside. One way of bringing nature closer to our place of work is to create a living wall which can turn a plain bland wall into a living garden. What is a living wall? A living wall is a stack of planters, housing real plants, which fix to an interior or exterior wall, with it's own vertical irrigation system. Living walls, however, can be costly to install and maintain so a suitable alternative is to use moss wall. The moss featured below is sustainably harvested in Scandinavia which is then cleaned and preserved. It retains its natural organic characteristics and is soft to touch. The moss naturally is anti-static which means dust is repelled from moss walls. The material is a much more practical alternative to living walls, both in terms of installation and maintenance. Moss is authentic, practical, affordable and fun. An added benefit of moss walls us that the moss has a softening acoustic impact on spaces where it is installed.


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