Flowers bring beauty and freshness into every space in a way that can hardly be achieved by other means. Green accents contribute to any internal or external space. In addition to helping improve health by purifying the air, plants are an exceptional aesthetic element that can enhance every room.
A yard, a garden, a playground or other open space… it’s a challenge to transform a given area, to make it greener, refreshed and blooming with life! The real possibilities are only limited by your own fantasy, goals and desires. But we sure do know that it’s a bit difficult to decide where to start.
Landscape design looks simple and enjoyable work, but deep in its essence, it is a complex set of processes and structures. Without specific knowledge and skills, it cannot be practiced successfully.
Landscape architects know in detail all the various stages of developing a green zone, whether it’s private or public, a garden, a golf course or a simple children’s garden with entertainment facilities.
The specific works require in-depth knowledge of both landscaping and construction, irrigation and drainage systems implementations and others.
The proper establishment and maintenance of large green spaces has numerous pros. Starting with probably the most important one – improvement of the air quality in the busy urban environment, to the purely aesthetic aspect of the area, green spaces tend to carry another, third aspect, and it’s called cost optimization.
Feng Shui helps synchronizing the energy in a certain space. Besides the exceptional aesthetic finish, the science of harmony gives a palpable sense of tranquility, relaxation and happiness.
However, Feng Shui is not for everyone. This study requires patience, attention to detail and accurate assessment of the plant species and the place of each little flower in the whole picture.
The garden is the place where we often find ourselves indulging on some moments of silence and peace during the warmer months. With its endless opportunities to create unique and separate corners, it has the potential to become our very own sanctuary, a place where we can have a moment to ourselves to relax from the everyday stress.
Green walls, also known as living walls, are complex systems of different structures. They can be either freestanding or attached to any other standing equipment or façade. Living walls are considered vertical gardens, as well as eco-walls.