The space's palette consists of salvaged wood, stainless steel, glass, white concrete, and white walls, contributing to an airy space. A living wall of mixed plants serves a dual purpose by also serving as an air filtration system - one of the coolest ideas I've ever seen.
The focal point of the office, the living plant wall art, is affixed to a perforated stainless screen that is connected to a fan. Air is drawn through the plants, providing natural, energy-free filtration, and then recycled back into the space. The office space is on track to achieve a LEED Gold rating. Bravo, Buck O'Neill!
I love everything here except the bathroom. It looks like either pennies or wine corks glued to the wall.