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Green designer’s five tips on selecting plant pots

07.07.2022

Choosing the right pot is as important as choosing the right plant. The selection of pots is a stage in the green design process that requires both precision and a good perception of the whole. What does a green designer consider when preparing their proposal for pots for a client? Here are the top five things to consider!

Nature for all senses at Taikatahti kindergarten

07.07.2022

Located in the heart of Helsinki, the Reggio Emilia pedagogical Music Kindergarten Taikatahti is like a small oasis in the middle of the city. Taikatahti is both an architectural and an interior design masterpiece example of how an urban space can be turned into a stimulating, natural and sensory-stimulating experience. Let’s take a closer look at what is so enchanting about Taikatahti!

Sustainable green design – presenting the Koivu plant pot series

07.06.2022

The products in the Koivu pot series are designed and manufactured in Finland from Finnish birch plywood. The Koivu pot is a beautiful, functional, and responsibly produced home for plants. The manufacturing method of the pots is new, and a patent is pending.

In Long Xie’s project, outdoor greenwall mitigates cities’ environmental problems

28.04.2022

Our researcher Long Xie was supported by the Nessling Foundation with a grant for his post-doc project. Xie aims to enhance cities’ resilience when facing challenges caused by climate change by an outdoor greenwall. The outdoor greenwall will, for instance, restrain and filter the flow of urban runoff. The project will be carried out in cooperation with the University of Helsinki and InnoGreen.

Good green design and business space planning enables interaction at the workplace

19.03.2022

Interaction is essential in every workplace, whether it requires being on site or remote connection. By planning the premises carefully and having a customer focus, it is also possible to enable interaction to happen naturally in the workplace. Also, competent green planning can have significant impact on general comfort, employees’ ability to concentrate and productivity.

The green stop brings greenery and a communal feeling

08.02.2022

The green stop is an entirely domestic innovation by InnoGreen. The green stop was born out of a desire to develop a green space that enhances biodiversity, and where all residents can enjoy the greenery. Located in an urban environment, the green stop offers a touch of nature, a communal feeling, and something nice to do - all wrapped up in one. All parts of the green stop are made of Finnish wood in Finland.

Reducing the carbon footprint of green construction

10.11.2021

Reducing greenhouse gases is a sustainable development target that we all are responsible for. Green construction needs to find low-carbon solutions as well, in order to control the negative effects of climate change. In this blog post, you get to know Angelina Arial, the new member of our Research & Development Team, and you will hear her ideas on sustainable construction.

The popularity of green walls continues

03.11.2021

Green walls rising high, green columns or even installations are seen in more and more public spaces and offices. The green wall is a spectacular and, when well-maintained, unbeatable eye-catcher. We asked our interior decoration experts what it is about our green walls that delights people and what is currently expected of green walls.