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Ecesis Plant Wall

New ’Ecesis’ Plant Wall from CSM a big hit at Saturday in Design.



BY jesse

September 23rd, 2010


 

Ecesis is the exciting new product from CSM which provides designers the ability to create an aesthetic yet functional ’green’ divider within the office environment.

  

Ecesis is fully modular and is formed from metal panels that hook together to make up a wall to hold  pot plants and can be used as partition screens, dividers or wall coverings. Other items such as photos, pots and artifacts can replace plants to make the ’Ecesis Garden Wall a unique creation.

 

Ecesis can be configured to any size and pot shrouds can be suspended from any desired location along the wall and can easily be removed for re-arrangement or cleaning. 

 

The ’Ecesis Garden Wall panels are vented, providing a light appearance in the office environment and also to allow good air circulation. Finishes for the Wall Frames and Shrouds are available in various colours and textures.

 

The ’Ecesis Garden Wall can be used in both Freestanding and Wall mounted configurations and is available in a range of heights to suit every application. In addition panels can be easily added or removed as required.

 

Many options are available to make the ’Ecesis Garden Wall a real feature in the office environment. These include LED feature lighting and Plant watering / irrigation systems.

 

Ecesis Garden Wall components are manufactured in the CSM, state of the art, Australian manufacturing facility in Sydney. CSM is a a member of the Green Building Council and CSM products are GECA rated for Green Star certification.

CSM
csm-office.com.au

 


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