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19 Brands with Vertical Greenery in 2019

We’re at the end of the year once again, join us on a quick recap of 2019!

It has been a rather exciting year as we collaborated with many new brands. Here’s a glimpse of some of the projects!

Starbucks @ Changi Jewel

The opening of Changi Jewel has inspired many of its retailers to incorporate greenery into their store one way or another. Starbucks has gone with preserved moss to accommodate to the layout design which seems to have sparked the trend for preserved moss wall in 2019!



Pan Pacific Hotel Groups: Marina Mandarin Hotel

The double-sided wall features big matured bird nest fern and monstera deliciosa that required special method of installation but absolutely possible for the plants to thrive!

Banks

Banks such as UOB & OCBC are adding greeneries to their branches to change up the traditional banking experience!

UOB

You can spot multiple UOB branches around Singapore with green walls as well! Waterway point, Ang Mo Kio Hub, Paya Lebar Quarters, Choa Chu Kang.

UOB @ Paya Lebar Quarters

UOB @ Tampines 1

UOB @ Far Eastern Building

OCBC Frank @ NUS University Town

Singapore’s first open-concept bank branch that is accessible to students 24hr! Designed for students to utilise this space to study or relax, “Come, use our space, use it for your own needs,” said Leong Huang Zi, OCBC Bank’s experience designer, group customer experience.

The motivation behind the modern design was to change the traditional image of the banks – boring, according to customer’s feedback.



Citibank

At their office, a large amount of Sansevieria was used. The plant is known for its ability to clean the air better than most indoor plants.



Robert Bosch

The newly renovated office pays particular attention to working conditions, implementing an environment with good design, clean lines, smart technology, green areas and trendy decor – keeping the associates’ wellness in mind, to improve overall productivity and creativity. Right at the entrance, associates and guests are greeted by a great moss wall!




IT Department

Shopee Asia Headquarters

Shopee said its new office was designed to “maximise comfort” for all employees. Achieved with elaborate welfare programmes in place and a beautiful environment to work in!


IPOS



Automation Anywhere

These 3 standalone green wall helps to distinguish the collaboration space from the common walkway. The back of the standalone also acts as a whiteboard to facilitate discussions.


McDonald’s @ Vista Point


The first McDonald’s in Singapore that features a green wall. The restaurant extends more seats to an alfresco setting. Geared with 2 big fans along with an extensive green wall that will be sure to fight off the heat on a hot day!


11. NTUC Income



Origins

You can spot our moss wall with preserved reishi mushroom at Origins not only in Singapore but all around the world! In Taiwan, Philippines, Germany, China, Hongkong and more to come!



Adidas



Capitol Optical

Incorporating elements of wellness into their eye care retail at multiple locations – Great World City, Tanglin Mall, Yishun, Compass One


Caring Group

Along the rows of rooms, features a green wall with a customised shelf that showcases their skincare products.

The plants surrounding the circular shelve is actually artificial plant so that no water seeps into the wood.


AIA

Adding a beautiful backdrop and colour to the office, creating a vibrant workplace for all at AIA Tower.


Ong & Ong

Their office has a stairway features an artificial green wall throughout all 3 levels.


Beijing 101 @ Funan Mall


Autodesk


That’s some of the highlights of the brands we worked with in 2019. We would like to take this chance to thank all of you for your support on this green journey! May 2020 be a greener year and Happy New Year, everyone!

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