Transforming Workspaces with Plants: National Plants at Work Week 2022

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LONDON, June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — This year National Plants at Work Week falls at the same time as World Wellbeing Week – a perfect time match. Working together with Nook Pod, supplier of workspace wellness pods, [email protected] members created a very inviting green oasis, the #PlantNook, for this special week.

The planted space provides a calm and relaxing place to work, when quiet concentration is needed, or serves as a meeting place away from general office noise and other distractions. The #PlantNook combines flawlessly the power of houseplants, biophilia and Nook’s care-informed design.

Not only do plants deflect and diffract sound, helping with concentration by as much as 23%, but they also improve productivity by 30+%

[email protected] Ambassador and designer of the #PlantNook, Ian Drummond of Botanical Design remarked, “There is no doubt that being surrounded by plants improves our general wellbeing and reduces our stress levels. Plants definitely create a calm space for work or small meetings.”

Ian was assisted by [email protected] Committee member Shirley Smith of Botanica Nurseries.

David O’Coimin, owner of Nook felt that, “Plants are the perfect accompaniment to Nook, together offering a safe natural space for secluded work or to bring people gently together, inspired by nature. Nooks carefully crafted sanctuary features make them perfect for accommodating quiet work, small meetings or personal reflection and self-care, something many are aching for in open office environments”.

[email protected] members will promote the idea of creating a quiet green space to work or meet in for National Plants at Work Week and beyond. They hope others will follow suit.

Editor’s notes

This will be the 15th year that #NPWW has been celebrated promoting the benefits of working in green spaces.

Thanks to [email protected] Ambassador Ian Drummond of Botanical Design who designed and dressed the Pod. Ian has designed the NPWW exhibits since the week’s inauguration in 2013.

Thanks to:

[email protected] member Botanica Nurseries for loaning their premises, plants and pots for the photoshoot

– David O’Coimin of Nook Pods for loaning the Pod

Research

Plants deflect and diffract sound, improve concentration up to 23% and improve productivity by 30+%
http://plantsatwork.org.uk/images/PDFs/PPP_leaflet1.pdf

www.plantsatwork.org.uk

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