Indoor plants play a vital role in eduction and healthcare. As well as creating a pleasing view around hospitals, campuses and classrooms, plants also work hard to make us healthier and happier.
Research has shown time and again that plants clean our indoor air of harmful toxins, improve humidity and soften acoustics. Even the simple sight of plant can work wonders: we are more productive and creative around plants, and patients have even been found to recover faster if they have a view of plants or trees.
Take a look below at some of the education and healthcare settings we have worked with.View filters
We teamed up with WoodBlocX, the makers of a modular system of wooden planters, to create a landscaping
A new state-of-the art campus at Fareham College has opened on Daedulus airfield at Lee-on-the Solent
Following the installation in 2013 of seated planting in its Richmond Building, Urban Planters Leeds/Bradford brought
Help for Heroes’ new Naval Service Recovery Centre in Plymouth provides accommodation and rehabilitation facilities for
UrbanPlanters Derbyshire supplies and maintains plants across five different sites for the University of Derby: three
Our existing client De Montfort University approached Urban Planters to design a planting scheme for their
Creating a planting scheme for Beacon Centre for the Blind required some special considerations for Urban
Urban Planters helped Avantage to find the perfect planting solution for a large atrium in their
Towards the end of a £20m redevelopment, Wyke College in Hull wanted advice on a suitable