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Office Entrance Living Wall, Feltham

  • Middlesex, United Kingdom
  • 2011
  • For Indoor Garden Design

Project Details

  • Adds interest to reception area
  • Includes succulent species
  • Irrigation system neatly stored beneath

This small-scale office entrance living wall creates interest within the reception area of the Cisco Systems office, complementing the minimalist, stylish design and colour scheme. The planting design consists of four species. Peperomia rotundifolia creates a background of small, dense leaves that is interspersed with Episcia dianthiflora and Aeschynanthus speciosus, giving white and orange flowers in summer. Dots of the succulent species Echeveria parva bring texture to the wall with their broad, thick leaves and flower-like structure. The irrigation system is small enough to be neatly stored in a small cupboard beneath the wall, which discreetly screens it away. To see another example of a smaller scale indoor living wall in an office environment visit the 'Office Living Walls, Wilson Street' portfolio page.