Indoor Landscaping of the Davis Centre

by: Mike Stone, Christine Oldfield, Andrea Pagee, Sandra de Ruiter, Karen Wilkie, Hilda Weigl


Course: ERS 285, 1995
Supervisor: James Kay

Abstract

This study was an investigation into the feasibility and desirability of interior landscaping on campus. Interior landscaping refers to the development of indoor "green spaces", such as hanging plants, potted plants and mini-gardens. The Davis Center site was chosen as a representative example of possibilities elsewhere, because of it's vast open spaces and degree of natural lighting. The study focussed on the air quality conditions, people's perceptions of indoor gardening and the arguement that plants foster a healthier working environment.

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