The office comes alive when the plants arrive.

We are an award winning interior plant design and office plant rental company in Calgary.

We provide hand-selected tropical interior plants, living walls, moss walls and eye-catching planters to ultra-high-end residences, select commercial and hospitality properties. We also lease office plants and provide guaranteed plant maintenance service to our clients.

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The term #biophilia was first used by German-born American psychoanalyst Erich Fromm in his 1973 book The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness. He defined biophilia as the passionate love of life. The term was later popularised by American biologist Edward O. Wilson, who expanded on the concept in his book Biophilia (published eleven years later). He suggested that biophilia was not simply an energised feeling toward all that is alive but also an innate tendency [for humans] to focus on life and lifelike processes. Wilson’s hypothesis is well evidenced today: regardless of cultural differences, humans around the world appear to all share a common affinity toward and affiliation with nature. We are connected to and dependent on #nature, partly because we co-evolved with nature.

As the idea gained more traction with the increase in research showing how our bonds with nature have not disappeared despite our increasing dependence on technology, different sectors and industries have developed an interest in understanding its implications on society, particularly in the fields of urban planning, #architecture and #construction. What makes it so difficult (or in fact, impossible) for humans to divorce themselves from nature?

Incorporating biophilia into #urban areas, or to put it simply, integrating natural elements into our #BuiltEnvironments, can have massive health, environmental, economic and long-term developmental benefits for cities everywhere.

According to numerous studies, exposure to #biophilic urban spaces is extremely conducive to achieving good mental health. It promotes positive emotions and reduces negative emotions and enhances cognitive functioning. 

As a report by the World Health Organisation shows, they allow citizens to engage in a diverse range of physical activities without being exposed to air pollutants as well as promote social cohesion and opportunities for relaxation in highly stressful environments. Biophilia #design can also be practised indoors. For example, having wood and #plants in indoor spaces can improve air quality and ventilation, which are found to be key determinants of productivity in offices. They can improve attention, stress recovery and work performance and promote clarity in thought.

Biophilic environments also help save energy. For example, green or #LivingWalls on buildings (vertical structures that are intentionally covered by #greenery) can be effective thermal and acoustic regulators. 

Learn more here: https://www.greenroofs.com/2022/06/22/biophilia-design-and-biophilic-cities/

#BiophilicDesign #GreeneryWorks #PlantsAtWork #GreeneryLove #PlantLove #GreenUp #GoGreen #ThinkGreen #GreenDesign #InteriorDesign #CalgaryDesign #YYCDesign #GreenDream #BringOutdoorsInside #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #YYC #GreeneryOfficeInteriors #GreeneryCalgary #CalgaryImage attachment

"The term #biophilia was first used by German-born American psychoanalyst Erich Fromm in his 1973 book The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness. He defined biophilia as 'the passionate love of life.' The term was later popularised by American biologist Edward O. Wilson, who expanded on the concept in his book Biophilia (published eleven years later). He suggested that biophilia was not simply an energised feeling toward 'all that is alive' but also an 'innate tendency [for humans] to focus on life and lifelike processes.' Wilson’s hypothesis is well evidenced today: regardless of cultural differences, humans around the world appear to all share a common affinity toward and affiliation with nature. We are connected to and dependent on #nature, partly because we co-evolved with nature.

"As the idea gained more traction with the increase in research showing how our bonds with nature have not disappeared despite our increasing dependence on technology, different sectors and industries have developed an interest in understanding its implications on society, particularly in the fields of urban planning, #architecture and #construction. What makes it so difficult (or in fact, impossible) for humans to divorce themselves from nature?

"Incorporating biophilia into #urban areas, or to put it simply, integrating natural elements into our #BuiltEnvironments, can have massive health, environmental, economic and long-term developmental benefits for cities everywhere.

"According to numerous studies, exposure to #biophilic urban spaces is extremely conducive to achieving good mental health. It promotes positive emotions and reduces negative emotions and enhances cognitive functioning.

"As a report by the World Health Organisation shows, they allow citizens to engage in a diverse range of physical activities without being exposed to air pollutants as well as promote social cohesion and opportunities for relaxation in highly stressful environments. Biophilia #design can also be practised indoors. For example, having wood and #plants in indoor spaces can improve air quality and ventilation, which are found to be key determinants of productivity in offices. They can improve attention, stress recovery and work performance and promote clarity in thought.

"Biophilic environments also help save energy. For example, 'green' or #LivingWalls on buildings (vertical structures that are intentionally covered by #greenery) can be effective thermal and acoustic regulators."

Learn more here: www.greenroofs.com/2022/06/22/biophilia-design-and-biophilic-cities/

#BiophilicDesign #GreeneryWorks #PlantsAtWork #GreeneryLove #PlantLove #GreenUp #GoGreen #ThinkGreen #GreenDesign #InteriorDesign #CalgaryDesign #YYCDesign #GreenDream #BringOutdoorsInside #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #YYC #GreeneryOfficeInteriors #GreeneryCalgary #Calgary
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GREENERY OFFICE INTERIORS COVID 19 STATEMENT

Our employees are equipped with the tools and knowledge to do their job safely, and we are in touch daily to ensure that they are safe and healthy. We are caring for your plants, living walls and other greenery with your health and safety at top of mind. These are extraordinary times and we are working hard to adjust our services as needed and work closely with our clients to meet your unique business needs. We would like to continue offering our services both in sales and in consultation on a new digital platform where we can quote to the best of our ability using a Zoom call. If you would like any further information on our adapted services please don’t hesitate to contact us. Stay safe.