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Žarko Miljanić, B.sc. Ee, Green Wall Plus

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Green Wall Plus is a branch of the Green Wall company and brand, which has been operating successfully for many years on the territories of Serbia and the region, and which enriches its clients’ commercial and residential premises with natural materials such as moss, flowers or wood

If you want your employees to enjoy the scents of nature every day, to be 20 to 30 per cent more productive, to have more energy and willingness, provide them with a natural environment in the form of green walls, says Žarko Miljanić, speaking to CorD

Your walls are true works of art, while they also represent the perfect coupling with nature. How does spending time in spaces with green walls reflect on health, mood, working atmosphere etc.?

– Green walls in an interior are one of the most effective ways to link that interior with nature and thus introduce a specific freshness. They are designed in such a way as to enrich the ambiance without taking up too much space, while there is also the aesthetic element, which is certainly one of the main reasons to envisage vertical greenery in some future facility.

The strongest feeling is that of being in the natural environment, in the forest with the scents of nature. The colours and 100% natural environment provide the energy and will required to work, and it has been proven that workers who work in the natural environment are 20 to 30 per cent more productive.

We use the highest quality natural material to decorate walls in office buildings or residential units

That’s why all major world companies invest major resources in installing them in business and other premises, hotels, schools, nurseries etc.

What are among your most sought-after products? Do you mainly use imported or domestic materials?

– Moss walls and pictures are currently most sought after. The moss is 100% natural, dehydrated and doesn’t demand any additional maintenance, while it also has excellent sound insulation.

Most of the mosses come to us from France, Germany and Iceland, as raw materials, and our workers do the design, assembly and final installation together with the customers.

Green plus d.o.o –Beograd, www.greenwall-plus.rs, Tel: 063 294 520

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