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Biophilic Design: Entrance and Atrium Plant Designs 

Biophilic Design

Biophilic design is steadily growing as a design priority. The concept of biophilia – the innate human desire for a connection with nature – translates easily to the world of architecture, and it's changing how we design buildings.

Whichever hospitality sector you are in, one of the finest ways to unexpectedly delight and enhance the overall customer experience is to incorporate nature into your space. 

Designers have been turning the field of experience design to provide more targeted, captivating experiences that create an unforgettable experience that will keep people coming back for more. Ultimately, this means designing for the people you’ll be serving, and that requires a close consideration of customers’ wants and needs.

Guests' expectations are becoming higher and higher, and incorporating nature into design is an effective answer to these increasing desires and needs. By implementing a few of these concepts, your hospitality space can easily stand out and create an unforgettable experience that will keep people coming back for more.

 

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An entrance is a guest’s first impression of you and is scrutinised the most closely.

We are often approached to supply and install an inspirational entrance plant feature to create a more welcoming atmosphere for visitors and staff.

When an indoor tree is required, we regularly recommend the wonderful Ficus fibrosa, that has all the visual characteristics of a native tree, with the great advantage that it is perfectly happy in interior settings, even under low ambient light conditions.

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For an inspirational impact in commercial settings, such as entrances and atriums, the stylish self watering Lechuza large planters, such as Classico 60 and 70 are perfect for large specimens, including trees such as the Ficus fibrosa.

 

Howea forsteriana


One of the most reliable large palms to create a full exotic effect is Howea forsteriana, sometimes known as the Kentia palm.

It grows very successfully with little need for maintenance in a range of interior light settings, being one of the few interior plants that thrives in low light conditions.

is a perfect indoor palm. This elegant, air-purifying and resilient palm,  can tolerate some neglect, cooler temperatures and dry air conditions making it a low maintenance and trouble-free palm.

Adding lush, leafy, tropical foliage and an exotic element to your space whether planted in an interior contemporary planter, such as the self watering Lechuza range
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