Read about Ambius UK in 2014
There are so many types of writer, and they’re all sowing the seeds of very different inspirations.
While the urban garden is experiencing a resurgence, it is in no way a new concept. Its roots trace back to ancient Egypt where community waste was used in urban farming.
You might think the ideal garden should stretch over hundreds of acres, feature mammoth water fountains and bloat with blooming plants of every size, shape and colour.
Customers, in their infinite wisdom, appreciate a company that’s straightforward and honest, from their service onwards – and art can help convey that sense of unscrupulous decency.
As the leaves brown and the sun fades to a dull afternoon-orange, there’s little doubt about it – autumn has arrived, and your landscaping plans will have to change with the seasons.
‘Green’ offices with plants make staff happier and more productive than ‘lean’ designs stripped of greenery, new research shows.
It’s not often that you enter a garden and find yourself blown away by the finely crafted grass and the snaking, balletic formation of the pathways – but then it’s not often that you enter the Gardens of Versailles.
There’s nothing better than waking up with your favourite smell teasing your nostrils.
But there’s a new trend hitting the US, and it’s turning manly growths of hair into floral wonderlands.
With our expertise, you can obtain a signature smell for your business premises that we will have considered in just as much detail as the multimillion pound perfume brands.
Ambius commissions a gallery of portraits of Britain’s favourite sports personalities – made from plants!
Our Planter Ashtrays are an exterior planter design that comes complete with an integral cigarette waste collection system
We understand the importance of smell and how it can emotionally affect customers visiting your business.
Our infographic shows how the presence of plants can be near transformative: reducing pain for patients, encouraging us to spend more money in shops and helping us generate ideas
The connection between scent and the mind is so strong that you’d be hard-pressed to find a better way to stimulate your customers.
Bringing together 98 countries, representing 25,000 organisations and playing host to over 220 events, the week has been in the A-list on the eco-calendar since its launch in 2010.
Plants are only one piece of the eco-friendly puzzle – there are a number of things you can do to make your office’s carbon footprint minute.
With simple additions to your office such as larger windows and a greater range of foliage and artwork that your employees will appreciate, your office will be more vibrant morale boosting.
Rentokil Initial UK (which Ambius UK is part of) has been awarded the Top Employers UK 2014 certification for the second year running.
Like a jaw-drop-worthy painting in a museum, we could help make your corporate art a therapeutic break from life and, in turn, give you happier employees.
Handing out gongs for innovations in community garden projects, these awards celebrate the finest in landscaping design all across the UK.
You all know the benefits that a few simple plants could have in your office. But, what you probably didn’t know is that the type of plant you pick could say a lot about your workplace.
Companies are embracing the art world more and more, understanding that they can please their clients and staff members, and the art world is embracing it right back.
Kenneth Freeman, Head of Innovation at Ambius, provides his guidance on how to help your Valentine’s Day roses stay fresh
Ward off the New Year doldrums with some plant life and desk personalisation