There could be no better endorsement...
When we installed this Living Wall EcoSystem at 235 Fitch Street in Welland, Ontario, we were moved when one of the residents of this affordable retirement residence came up to us and said:
"I suffer from depression...I come down here every morning and sit next to the ecosystem for about 20 minutes. It just makes my day."
It almost brought a tear to our eye. And so it should. PeapodLife's indoor Rainforest Ecosystems soothe, relax, invigorate and rejuvenate. It's hard to stay down when you have so many beautiful elements of nature working in perfect harmony and symbiosis to raise your spirits.
You can almost feel the fresh air bellowing of the lush green living wall ecosystem located at Bodystream Health & Wellness Center. Enjoy the pleasant and soothing sound of the living water as it trickles around the plants, over the rocks and the lush, thriving moss. Unfortunately, no video can replicate the feeling you get by sharing the company of an ecosystem, just like no nature photograph or film can take the place of being out in nature. Luckily, experiencing that feeling in your own home or place of business is possible: 7 days a week, 365 days a year, rain or shine, heat wave or cold snap...PeapodLife Building EcoSystems and Technology will make you feel you are living the BEST life possible..."AHH!"
BodyStream owner Brian Warner describes how their ecosystem contributes to repeat customers and customer satisfaction. From superior air quality, "perfect 50/50 humidity" and a fresh, relaxing yet invigorating atmosphere which some clients "can't quite put their finger on," the ecosystem makes a significant contribution to why people keep returning to BodyStream on a regular basis.
Shot on location at BodyStream, 51 King Street in Barrie, Ontario.
Adi Twenna of Twain speaks to PeapodLife Project Director Attila Lendvai about his company's Breathing Wall EcoSystem, the advantages of the EcoSystem (Powered by PeapodLife Partner Genetron Systems) over conventional hydroponic living walls, and the benefits to the commercial space it delivers. Shot on location, Twain, Toronto Ontario, January 21, 2013.
Gladstone Hotel General Manager Alec Badley tells PeapodLife Building EcoSystems and Technology Project Director Attila Lendvai about why they chose a Living Wall EcoSystem to replace their old soil-based living wall. Shot on location at the historic Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen Street West, Toronto, January 21, 2013.