(L-R) Councillor Masood Chowdhury, Campbeltown Council; Jock Gammon, Junglefy; Mayor Brticevic, Campbelltown Council. Photo by Campbelltown Council The Campbelltown City centre landscape is now even greener with the installation of a new Breathing Wall [...]
Photo by Holger Link on Unsplash Originally published in The Guardian on 8 April 2020 by Damian Carrington Dirty air increases risk of respiratory problems that can be fatal for coronavirus patients. [...]
Originally published on The Fifth Estate by Tina Perrinotto, 3 September 2019 Eastern Distributor Breathing Wall trial Roundup of industry news: Junglefy general manager Suzie Barnett says the team is now at 35 [...]
Originally published in Domain by Jim Malo on 22 April, 2019 Covering the roofs of apartment and office buildings with plants can help improve the quality of air inside and lift property values, according [...]
Commissioned by Hort Innovation Australia and developed by Edge Environment, the report has harnessed industry research and case studies to substantiate the benefits of urban greening and its contribution to a more sustainable built [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
This interesting paper released recently examines the psychology behind design driven by human's innate attraction to the natural environment. Will the identification of design patterns enable us to design more conducive public places?