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Indoor Landscaping – Tangible Nature in Buildings

Indoor Landscaping is the name of the trend that offers green working and living space. Companies give themselves a modern and environmentally-friendly image and demonstrate sustainability. This is also why they no longer only budget for a few potted plants. This is also called Greenwashing, a concept from corporate communication.

Actually, the idea of interior landscaping or an indoor garden is quite old. Gardens aimed to offer recreational areas to residents in urban centres.

Indoor landscaping sounds modern, but in reality it stems from an archaic fundamental need. Ten hours in a closed room can cause a person to lose their connection with the outside world. Plant-filled spaces become oases of tranquillity.

The right amount of indoor greenery also provides additional cooling in the summer due to water evaporation and helps to save energy in the winter. And thanks to the modern plant systems, plant care is no longer a big effort.

ADVANTAGES OF INDOOR LANDSCAPING

Design functions

Smooth transition between outdoor and indoor area

Integral part and/or complementary addition to the architecture

Targeted functions (e.g. in furnishings)

Expression of the “Green Architecture” philosophy of life and

Arouses illusions and longings (holiday feeling under palm trees …)

Special effects can be achieved by blooming, fruit-bearing or fragrant plants

Influence on the indoor climate

Subjective increase in humidity levels

Sun protection

Increase in the oxygen level of the air

Reduction of air pollutants

Binding of fine dust particles

Improvement of room acoustics

Well-being factors for humans

Creation of relaxation zones reduces stress and risks of burnout

Reduction in instances of “Sick building syndrome

Year-round contact to nature is made possible through interior landscaping

Interior landscaping has many positive aspects:

  Interior design

    –  Connection of outdoor and indoor areas

    –  Integral part of / complement to architecture

    –  Targeted functions

    –  Emotional effects

  Indoor climate

    –  Oxygen production & CO2 filtering

    –  Subjective regulation of humidity levels

    –  Protection from direct sunlight

    –  Increase in the oxygen level of the air

    –  Reduction of air pollutants

    –  Binding of fine dust particulates

    –  Improvement of room acoustics

  Well-being factors

    –  Reduction of stress and negative influences

    –  Continuous contact with nature

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Element Green - Indoor Landscaping

Element Green - Indoor Landscaping

Actually, the idea of interior landscaping or an indoor garden is quite old. Gardens aimed to offer recreational areas to residents in urban centres.

Indoor landscaping sounds modern, but in reality it stems from an archaic fundamental need. Ten hours in a closed room can cause a person to lose their connection with the outside world. Plant-filled spaces become oases of tranquillity.

The right amount of indoor greenery also provides additional cooling in the summer due to water evaporation and helps to save energy in the winter. And thanks to the modern plant systems, plant care is no longer a big effort.

Element Green - Raumbegrünung Pfanzgefäße
Element Green - Indoor Landscaping
Element Green - Raumbegrünung Pfanzgefäße
Element Green - Indoor Landscaping
Element Green - Raumbegrünung Pfanzgefäße