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There are countless studies on the positive effects of greening our workplaces. The presence of plants can help to clean the air, lift the mood, boost concentration and even assist with productivity. They also just look great.

All of these benefits have flowed from the transformation of this courtyard at the offices of See-Saw Films, an internationally renowned film and television production company (award-winning movies and are among its credits). The small but busy company operates from an old terrace house in the inner-Sydney suburb of Paddington. Like many creative workplaces, it’s a non-corporate environment and refurbishing the courtyard garden was seen as an important part of fostering a pleasant, buzzy work culture.

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