Vegetative painting

Florama - miniature garden (pic Kwiaty dla Biura)
We are often not aware of the importance of plants in the places we work and live. They do not only decorate the rooms but they also have an impact on our well-being.

We are often not aware of the importance of plants in the places we work and live. They do not only decorate the rooms but they also have an impact on our well-being and health. We would like to present an original way for introducing greenery to living space.

Air quality leaves a lot to be desired in many Polish cities and some information about smog and its ill effects on health reaches the inhabitants. Unfortunately, there is a shortage of parks as well as other green places in our metropolises. We do not only lack some space for walks but also trees, which produce oxygen.

A walk in a big city frequently involves a grey landscape, which has a negative impact on our well-being. People who are tired of an urban concrete and long for a close contact with nature place some plants in the interiors of their homes or work places. If the view out your window is only a billboard advertising or a crowded street, you can try to create your own green enclave. Your surroundings can be more lively with the help of the experts who specialize in greenery. Therefore, ecodesign is becoming more and more popular in interior design, which brings back greenery to the places we work and live.

According to the owner of Kwiaty dla Biura, Kinga Dzwonnik, ecodesign is a trend which brings back natural greenery to our offices or homes.I am not talking about standard flower pots. The fashion to be eco really favors extraordinary flower compositions, which create a prefect atmosphere of happiness and health in the surroundings of nature – adds Kinga Dzwonnik.


It is not just aesthetics


The presence of plants at homes and work places is not only an expression of longing for nature in the closest vicinity of humans. Other reasons are both aesthetics and decorative aspect. However, plants are not only a decoration. Nature can deliver a lot of incredible colors, additionally giving us what we most need, that is oxygen. We spend more and more of our time in the office. What else, if not plants, could enhance the quality of our working and living environment? – points out Kinga Dzwonnik.

More and more frequently the issue of a "Sick Building Syndrome” is discussed; the unbalanced working environment has a negative impact on its employees. Therefore, it is the green solutions which can positively influence the quality of working and living environment. They purify air in the interiors and thus they enhance our effectiveness and satisfaction.


Garden as a painting on the wall 


Placing greenery in the living environment is an objective of the Florabo studio, which was established by a designer and landscape architect – Halina Kamińska. At present, the studio cooperates with Kwiaty dla Biura, which takes care about the atmosphere of the interiors in Polish offices.

We have been operating in this industry for years, and we are aware of the importance of interior design in a strategy of any company – says Kinga Dzwonnik. – Our clients particularly appreciate realizations which exceed the standards. Miniature gardens on the walls became a very popular trend in offices – adds the owner of Kwiaty dla Biura.

Florama miniature garden is one of the products of Florabo, which Kinga Dzwonnik, Kwiaty dla Biura, willingly discusses. No wonder, it is an incredible decoration which is a treat for the eyes, places greenery in the employees' everyday life, adrenalizes them, and, most importantly, provides them with a measurable enhancement of the environmental quality.

Florama is an aesthetic and independent green miniature wall, which can be easily scaled and arranged. It is watered in the closed circulation, thus it does not require a water or sewage system connection. Each of the frames is equipped with a pump and water reservoir. It is a perfect solution in work places because it does not require watering and complicated cultivation.


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