17 Nov Office Interior Design with Living Walls
Do you like award-winning office interior design? Then this is the post for you! Rosewood installed this large living wall a year ago, and we took these pictures on a recent maintenance visit. It’s in Borehamwood, at the new headquarters of Griggs Homes, a third-generation family construction firm. They work on luxury residential developments and offices, and have won multiple awards. The Grain Yard development includes their headquarters building, and also a selection of residential dwellings. Our vertical garden is in the office building, and whenever we go back, we can’t believe how great the place looks. Recently Griggs won four awards at the International Property Awards, including Best Office Interior for the Grain Yard. We’re not surprised they won, and think the space demonstrates perfectly why office interior design with living walls is such a good idea!
A great project to work on
Of course we had to work to a tighter design brief on this project: architects and construction companies that have all won awards already know what they’re looking for. We had to come up with a living wall design that answered the brief and looked amazing, and we think we succeeded! Our regular maintenance sessions allow us to check that the green wall stays in perfect condition. Rosewood is proud to have played a small part in helping this office space look so fabulous. Like we said, whenever we go back, we can’t believe how wonderful this space looks. Every aspect of it is fantastic, but we can’t help being proud that it wouldn’t be quite as fantastic without the Rosewood living wall.
You can see more of the amazing Grain Yard development in detail if you’d like to. Just click the link to Griggs Homes website, where they showcase The Grain Yard and other projects. And if you’re interested in the possibility of a living wall in your offices or similar interior space, give Rosewood a call. Ring 01727 811448 and ask for Calum. He’ll be delighted to answer your questions and give you a rough idea of what’s possible.