We spend almost 90% of our time indoors.

We spend nearly one-third of our adult lives at work, which causes workplace issues to become a common source of stress for many.

The cost of reduced performance and productivity in the workforce can be considerable. With one in five of us suffering adverse affects on our health due to stress and just under 40% of all work related illnesses being due to poor mental health, it is no wonder that the number of working days lost due to stress, depression and anxiety are in the millions.

The total cost of staff, including salaries and benefits, is often around 90% of the overhead spend for most organisations. In order to capitalize on this cost it’s essential to resolve absenteeism and presenteeism. By investing in improved work spaces you will see a positive change in the performance of your workforce.

It is all about creating positive living and working interiors.

Biophilic design introduces elements of nature into the built environment by:

• Use of natural materials, textures, patterns and colours
• Surface design
• Sound and acoustic comfort
• Improved natural and artificial lighting
• Plants and water
• Internal and external views

Product styles:


Tiles are made from granular cork, cork fabric and possibly wood. Some are designed to form a mosaic.

Wall hangings/Screening

Made from cork fabric. These can be suspended against a wall, or from the ceiling either horizontally or vertically. Can also be tailored to fit a free standing frame.

Wall Coverings

To be attached directly to a solid surface as an alternative to wallpaper All materials are chosen due to their environmentally friendly credentials, as well as offering acoustic and thermal properties.