Comfort Waiting Room Sofas Design and Two Vertical Gardens in the Wall Entry of a Office Building

February 25th, 2011 by admin # Garden Designs Ideas, Office Design Ideas
waiting room with comfort sofas and vertical garden design

waiting room with comfort sofas and vertical garden design

Here’s the entry office building design with comfort sofas and two vertical garden behind the sofas. this natural and trend concept for modern entry office building. As the walls face each other, they create a interesting resting area between the main entrance and an atrium. The building has several organically inspired elements, and the vertical gardens make a nice contribution to this concept.walls with vertical garden located 30km south of Stockholm in the entrance area of an office and research building of AstraZeneca. let’s see the comfort waiting room sofas design and two vertical gardens in the wall entry of a office building picture below:

wall garden in office building

wall garden in office building

natural office design with vertical garden design

natural office design with vertical garden design

comfort seating front vertical garden design

comfort seating front vertical garden design

table lamp corner of the sofas office building

table lamp corner of the sofas office building

office sofas design with magazine place corner of sofas

office sofas design with magazine place corner of sofas

The plant selection of each wall is quite similar, but with a slightly different character. The right wall has some fields with very small-leafed plants, such as Pilea glauca and Peperomia rotundifolia creating a character similar to a moss. Within the “moss” there are a few bigger solitary plants, rising from the dense mat. The left wall has a few plants that more typically would be associated with a tropical rainforest, like a few different Anthurium and some bromeliads. The walls have both a lot of variation, although being quite small. This way, as you are sitting down resting or waiting, the eyes may wander for a long time along the walls, examining the many different species and their sometimes curious way of growing.

Reference verticalgardendesign