Meristem were asked to provide a dramatic backdrop to the international award winning artist, David Harber, who's outdoor sculptures grace some of the worlds most prestigious residences, hotels and public spaces. His works are inspired by the interaction of light, reflection and nature which perfectly complements our vibrant living wall. The 4.5m x 3.6m living wall consisted of over 650 indoor plant varieties.
Meristem presented and exhibited our new Wifi enable Parklets at this years Cycling + Walking Innovations event at the Kia Oval, on the 5th December.
We presented to a full house our new range of Parklets that have wifi capability built in, with power accessible from lamp columns creating a community hub. This enables interaction and sponsorship by private companies through the wifi landing page and will provide useful user data and feedback.
Last Thursday Luxborough Street was temporarily closed to traffic for the Marylebone Low Emission Neighbourhood (LEN) Community Street Party.
We were joined in the sun by Dr. Bike cycle checks, Sustrans with their pedal powered tunes, face painting, air quality activities and information about other Low Emission Neighbourhood plans.
This week is the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2018! From 2nd to 8th July you can enjoy one of the largest flower shows in the world at the iconic location of Hampton Court Palace.
Meristem are delighted to have been asked to supply and design 66sqm of living wall at this years show! We have a 2 sided 30sqm wall at the main entrance and 36sqm living wall either side of the stage in the Festival of Roses.
The Sustainable City Awards celebrate the best examples of innovation and good practice, for a smarter, healthier and more environmentally friendly world.
It is an amazing organisation and the award received a huge amount of entries so we're delighted our Community Parklet has been shortlisted to the last 4.