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We worked with a designer to create a beautiful work space for our clients Uxbridge office. A combination of artificial hanging plants and natural containers created a relaxing and welcoming environment for their staff and visitors. Click here to view more photos.
Our spec for the Indonesian Embassy, in Westminster, was to use a fantastic combination of tropical plants and natural containers to create a 'living museum' of Indonesian artwork and culture. We themed our design on water, volcanoes, rainforests and beaches. Take a look at some of our unique natural planters here plus an interior fountain!
When Bracknell Town Centre finished their regeneration work, Botanica were asked to keep their exterior plants, Living Walls and Green Screens alive and healthy. This included some re-planting for the Queen's visit, as well as looking after the largest Exterior Live Wall in the UK. Take a look at some of our exterior maintenance work below
From built-in liners to hanging artificial plants, there is plenty to see from this Maidenhead office. From design, to installation the process of transforming this workspace with office plant displays was simple. For more photos and information, click on the photo below.
One of the many examples Botanica has of how a few office plants can transform a workplace to a place where staff want to be. Using living pictures and large desk troughs to maximise the use of a small space for Reading Borough Council. For more information and photos, click here.
Botanica have been working with Slough Borough Council for years, so when they opened their new head office at Observatory House, we helped them chose plants and containers that added to the modern, creative and welcoming new office design. Take a look at the realistic artificial flowering trees in their garden rooms.
The brief for RICS was to use office plant displays to separate quiet areas of the office from the hustle and bustle of the main workplace. They wanted a real rainforest look with plenty of palms and other tropical plants that really catches the eye. Click here to find out more details and have a look at some photos.