Unique designs of prefabricated building structures can be eye-catching and practical at the same time.

During the ordering process, a client will influence the design of such structure in a number of ways in order to modify the specifications to match his/her needs. Pre-engineered modules of those prefabricated buildings are then constructed to fulfill the client’s request. There is also an alternative to choosing a pre-existing design from one of the standard options. Standard designs can be customized or individualized by you later on with the use of smaller adjustments such as signage, interior, and exterior design, furniture decor, and more. Ordering a pre-customized building, fitted to your needs is the best way to go, and yet, everyone wants to customize their building further later on or simply change things up once in a while. Therefore, customizing an existing space is one of our favorite subjects often investigated on this blog.

Exploring the potential of investing in a plant wall is in our focus for today. Some of the many benefits of a plant wall could have been seen as partially explored by us while we were discussing the subject of Interior and Plantscaping (part1) (to read it again, follow the link here ). We then focused on the general idea of plants in building interior, looking particularly at plants’ health benefits. Bill Wolverton’s research into plant’s air clearing qualities was then discussed including Wolverton’s list of plants best to use in order to get rid of the negative air compounds. Wolverton has also researched the positive influence of plants on hospital patients.

Going back to the beginning, investing in a plant wall doesn’t necessarily need to be reasoned with its health benefits at all. Many of us choose to spend time next to plants and enjoy ourselves within interiors full of plants simply because of plants’ decorative qualities. The visual impact is there and it simply makes us feel comfortable. A plant wall can bring us closer to nature and it can be done right where you work. An effect such as this one will be easily achieved with a large wall fully covered with plants. Alternatively, you can opt for a smaller amount of plants on a wall and increase the amount in time. Either option is visually pleasing and adds to the interior design, making your workplace not only look more modern but also influencing positively the atmosphere of the workplace.

Different options on how to introduce a plant wall in your building go further because having a plant wall is very practical. For instance, you can use a green wall such as this as a room divider. Partitioning a larger office area into smaller sections with the use of a plant wall will share all the above benefits multiplied by the amount of physical space achieved in the end. A positive impact will be felt by everyone using all sectioned areas. A plant wall can also be a free-standing decorative feature, giving the office a new character. As well as, it can also be taken further and used to highlight the logo design and other company branding forms in an innovative green wall display.

Taking all the above methods and benefits of using a green wall could be seen as having a great potential of upgrading our office design to a more unique style, with the potential of benefits being felt by all our staff and the clients, therefore, investing in a plant wall is worth considering.