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Voting is open for EILO Best Project Award 2017

This year, the European Interior Landscaping Organization (EILO) organises the third edition of the EILO Best Interior Landscaping Project Award. Interior landscapers from ten countries all over the world applied with very diverse and Read More

Buildin’Green II: learn to think in cycles, value and health

2 February 2017 saw the latest edition of Buildin’Green. That is the annual conference that connects the green, sustainable building sector with living green. Every year we choose a venue where this connection is already Read More

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In Scandinavia, they understand (indoor) greenery!

This year, the biennial excursion of the European Interior Landscaping Organisation (EILO) was held from Thursday, 29 September through Saturday, 1 October in Copenhagen, Denmark. In all, forty-seven professionals from eleven different European countries Read More

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It was all about green, so…… what was it not about?

If any one thing became clear to us the morning we attended presentations of six studies being conducted as part of the 'Green Agenda' top sector programme of iVerde and Royal Floraholland, it was Read More

Why biophilic design always pays

There has recently been a growing interest in incorporating nature into design and building, known in the jargon as "biophilic design". It produces buildings which feel good and in which people feel better. And Read More

Clean air is a human right

Clean air should be a human right. That is the essence of the corporate mission of the Finnish Naturvention in a nutshell. To fulfil that human right, the company has not only devised a Read More

Natural future interior landscapers

As an interior landscaper, what trends can you best respond to in this rapidly changing world and ditto market to make your business really flourish? Dutch VHG Vakgroep Interieurbeplanters, the union branch for interior Read More

It’s time to really raise awareness for sustainability issues, in a Dutch Ecodome for example

A structure resembling a green UFO has temporarily landed in the gardens of the Dutch Maritime Museum, in between the VOC [Dutch East India Company] and the Startup delta. It is the Travelling Ecodome, Read More

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Children particularly vulnerable to poor air quality

All being well, children are physically more active than adults and children are growing. So you'd think that good air quality is even more important for children than it is for adults. But what Read More

Green walls with built-in fan perform better

As we know, green walls greatly improve the outlook of the office, shopping centre, school or hospital. They suppress sounds and improve the air quality of a building. But what is the actual effectiveness Read More

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Large green walls are spectacular. But how do you keep them that way?

Green walls are available in all shapes and size these days. They have a positive effect on the air quality and the surrounding atmosphere. For the construction of such walls there is usually a Read More