Case Studies and Research
Posted: October 28, 2003 | Case Studies
An unavoidable enemy in the office is the cocktail of chemicals that surrounds us. Did you know, for example, that carpets and chairs may contain formaldehyde, inks give off benzene, and photocopiers and PC monitors emit toluene? The effects of these can include breathing problems, eye irritation, anaemia, nausea and impaired co-ordination.
Posted: September 19, 2003 | Case Studies
The development of a beautiful landscape can add aesthetics and other values to the interior and exterior of any company
Posted: August 26, 2003 | Case Studies
Stuck in an emotional funk after a personal loss, Janice Mawhinney couldn't muster the enthusiasm to tend her backyard garden in Toronto for three years. T h e n , i n e x p l i c a b l y, one day this past spring, she found herself vigorously weeding again, her spirits slowly blossoming along with a longconcealed blue lupine, a pink and white bleeding heart, several Shasta daisies, and a host of other recovered plants.
Posted: June 10, 2003 | Case Studies
New research indicates that the adequate installation of plants can deliver a solid return on investment.
Posted: May 19, 2003 | Case Studies
Want a natural way to make indoor workplaces healthier, calmer, and more productive? Join the growing trend of adding interior plants to office settings.