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Biophilia Takes Flight at EIA

Posted on April 5th, 2019

Good design may be invisible, but never irrelevant. We humans journey through any given day receiving hundreds of stimuli that our senses are picking up and feeding our brains without our being aware. Depending on the stimuli, the result may be an inexplicable feeling of unease or wellbeing. The sum of many small design choices… Read more

ATB Place/Telus House a Hidden Gem

Posted on July 20th, 2018

The best things in life are hidden in plain view. ATB Place is a #yeg little known gem. And we are not just talking about the food court, which has the some of the best pizza slices in town. We are referring instead to the experience of being in Telus House and ATB Place. The… Read more

Jessica of All Trades

Posted on March 9th, 2018

Jessica has been with Greenjeans for almost nine months. In that short amount of time she has managed to dip her toe in and excel in every corner of the horticulture business. She has led designs on new contracts, helped clients get exactly what they were looking for in sales, covered our horticulturalists on vacation,… Read more

Plants Have the Right to Kids

Posted on February 16th, 2018

It must be weird growing up in today’s society. Being a kid has been flipped on its head. Kids understand and use technology far faster and intuitively than most adults. With the internet at their fingertips they have more access to knowledge then any teacher can hope to impart. Kids today are exposed to more… Read more