Transform your workspace at events and exhibitions with our Sustainable Leased Living WorkStation! Measuring 2.5m W x 1m H x 0.5m D, this workstation/desk offers ample space for both work and display. The sleek black, white, silver, or natural wood finish adds a touch of sophistication to any setting.
The solid oak countertop provides a durable and stylish surface for work, while the living wall holds up to 180 plants, creating a lush and natural environment that is sure to impress.
In addition to its visual appeal, this living workstation is also a sustainable choice for your event or exhibition. By leasing the work station, it can be used for multiple events, reducing waste and promoting environmentally conscious practices.
Transform your workspace and bring the beauty of nature to your event or exhibition with our Sustainable Leased Living WorkStation.
Single: 2m W x 0.5m H x 0.5m D: 90 Plants
Double: 2m W x 0.5m H x 0.5m D: 180 Plants
Our freestanding structures including our framework, uses a lightweight, modular system with countless reusability. The logo and branding for our living walls are always produced using the most sustainable and current printing and exhibition materials available, some of which already are C2C accredited. For example, using PVC free Vinyl and Green Cast Acrylic, we are conscious of what we are offering. Our aftercare packages allow clients to commit further to the circular economy through permanent installations after events, and by taking the logos for their office/meeting spaces.
We have developed a range of standard designs and sizes for our living wall products and although we will take on bespoke projects, we want to encourage leasing these so that we can minimise wastage and the purchase of more materials.
Our prices are based on a maximum of 5 day lease because of the sensitivity of the plants and the system itself. Over a longer period, we offer maintenance to upkeep all aspects of the wall. Over the summer period, for outdoor events, we would recommend twice a week for us to come out after the 5 days in case of adverse weather conditions (such as a heatwave). One of our horticultural experts would also be involved in the process, to ensure we select the right plants for the venue/location.