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The sweet, sweet smell of lawnmowers

All across Britain this week, blossom is appearing, daffodils are starting to bloom and all the signs suggest that spring may finally have sprung. But according to a study of 2,000 Britons, it won’t truly feel like the seasons have changed until they get their first whiff of a lawnmower


How plants reduce noise levels indoors

Kenneth Freeman, Head of Innovation for Ambius discusses how plants can be used to prevent unwanted noise in buildings


Plants provide taxing solution

There can be few better places for a supplier to demonstrate its abilities than KPMG’s facility in London’s Docklands. However, even such a gleaming new building required a delicate touch from the facilities team and its partners when getting the final touches right. Tim Fryer reports


MD to grow Ambius

Ambius has appointed Trisha Haughey as Managing Director for its operations in the UK and Ireland, a role she will combine with her current position of Finance Director.


Christmas trees – without the needle

Every year, Ambius installs and decorates more than 1800 real and replica Christmas trees in shops, hotels, reception areas and even football clubs across the UK. From the tallest at 29ft to the smallest at just 24 inches, the design team at Ambius know how to cut a dash with a tree to last the Christmas season.


Natural boost to the workplace

This week’s episode of Channel 4’s Secret Life of Buildings on ‘Work’ looked at the environments in which people work and the impact this can have on their well-being and in turn, productivity.