We are slowly getting used to the new society where we have to keep our distance. Employers are busy planning how to furnish spaces to ensure a safe place for their employees and visitors. We like to think with you, because if something is beneficial to health, it is green!
Planter or moss wall
Large rectangular planters with tall plants can easily be placed between desks in open-plan offices. This way you can easily create a healthy and separate workplace with more privacy. Moss walls are also ideal as a partition. Not only in the office, but also in a company canteen, restaurant, a waiting room of a hospital or dental practice, a large planter or a custom-made moss wall is a perfect solution to create a safe place.
Which planters and plants are suitable?
We have made a selection of planters from the various Baq collections and plants from our range. By combining them correctly, they are suitable as a partition at any desired location. For example, the Baq Basic collection with a high Philodendron fits perfectly between desks in a large office space.
The Baq Line-Up collection is not only very suitable as a partition due to its size, a number of sizes can be ordered including wheel platform and can therefore be used as a mobile divider. By placing a Luxury Lite planter filled with Aspidistra Elatior between tables in a restaurant, a place is easily created with a lot of privacy and a beautiful luxurious appearance. Preferably chooselarge-leaved plants. These plants absorb a lot of noise, which contributes to a positive effect on the acoustics in a large room.
The positive effect of green
It has been known among architects and interior designers for some time that offices, where many employees sit together in a room, can have a negative effect on the health and performance of staff. Company doctors confirm that employees often cite the office as the cause of headaches, stress and burnout symptoms.
One thing is certain, plants have a positive effect on the working environment. Research by the Netherlands Organization for Applied Science has shown that plants in the workplace counteract health and fatigue complaints, they bring moisture into the air and extract harmful substances. Seeing 'green' from behind the desk already makes a difference!