Focusing heavily on organic shapes and textures, we created a planting scheme made up of floor standing plants and grouped planting displays. We worked closely on our floor plans to ensure we created a strong visual impact in each space while also keeping it functional for use.
The pots and planting were chosen to complement the interiors across both floors, using species that would thrive in the light levels in those chosen areas. Using a selection of textured pots and soft, broad leaved planting, the floor standing plants and grouped planting displays were designed to feel inviting and organic. To add visual interest we introduced planting at different sight lines, with built-in cabinet planters and shelving with trailing plants creating higher tiers of greenery. In total we provided 150 plants including a wide range of Philodendrons, Alocasia portadoras, Strelitizia nicolais, Ficus lyratas, Beaucarnea recurvatas, and Areca palms.
Additional hanging plants were added a short while after the initial install, completely enclosing the space in abundance of green. We used a wide range of tailing plants, with contrasting textures, to create a very organic and overgrown feel.