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Virgin Australia magazine: ‘Going Green’

Originally published in Virgin Australia magazine, by Samantha van Egmond on 1 November 2019 Workplaces and cities around the world are greening up in the name of greater wellbeing - and productivity. Cities are [...]

SMH: Walls that breathe: the startups adding colour to concrete city towers

Originally published on Sydney Morning Herald by Emma Koehn, 24 June 2019 Manly Vale car park Last year Jock Gammon added "breathing" walls to a concrete carpark and now he has his [...]

The Design Files: An Awe-Inspiring Living Wall Is Unveiled In Melbourne

Originally published on The Design Files, 20 June 2019 Melbourne-based designer Adam Cornish and Junglefy bring clean air to Denfair. If you’re visiting Denfair in Melbourne, prepare to both breathe easy, and be enlivened [...]

Sourceable: Indoor Air Quality – The Science and the Low-Hanging Fruit

Originally published on Sourceable, by Jock Gammon, 8 May 2019 In school, we learnt the role trees and plants have in producing the oxygen we breathe. We came to understand that forests do more than [...]

Hort Journal Australia: ‘A breath of fresh air in the green wall industry’

Extract from the April issue, by Gabrielle Stannus Recent research conducted by the University of Technology Sydney has shown that active green walls can significantly reduce indoor air pollution, thereby reducing the incidence of [...]

2019-06-05T14:45:24+10:00May 21st, 2018|Categories: Breathing Wall, Health & Wellbeing, News, Research|

QANTAS magazine: ‘Next big things’

Extract from the April issue: The walls have leaves Our city air comes with all sorts of added extras, some of which are not so beneficial to our health. What if you could treat and [...]

We can’t afford to ignore indoor air quality – our lives depend on it

By Steve Atkinson, originally published in The Conversation, 16 January 2018 We often talk about healthy living and quality of life but have you considered the quality of the air you breathe?  Most of [...]

2018-01-22T10:38:32+11:00January 18th, 2018|Categories: Health & Wellbeing, Media, News, Published Articles|

Sourceable: Creating resilient cities with living infrastructure

The climate is becoming more unpredictable and fierce with each passing year. Extreme weather and natural disasters like bushfires, storms, floods and cyclones can have a devastating impact on communities, businesses, homes, and public [...]

‘Green’ environments linked to improved cognitive function

New research provides more evidence to support the argument that green office environments are conducive to higher cognitive function when it comes to strategy development and responding to a crisis. The American study was carried [...]

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