We’ve featured several of GSky‘s beautiful living walls in the past – and the latest place to sport a green vertical garden is Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco! The 225 square foot GSky Versa green wall is installed in a common room, which serves as an ideal spot for the beautiful piece of living art. The green wall consists of 1,008 fresh potted plants, which add a lush aesthetic to the room while creating a greener and healthier work environment.

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Aesthetic appeal isn’t the only benefit of Twitter’s new green wall: it has been proven that indoor plants provide plenty of health benefits. The process of photosynthesis consumes CO2 and releases O2, which gives people more energy-rich oxygen to breathe easier. The calmer environment created by the plants helps to reduce stress and improve mental well-being, and in turn enhances the employees’ creativity and productivity.

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