In this episode, we talk to Richard Russell of Innerspace Cheshire, a company providing sustainable materials for commercial interiors. Richard is well known for his knowledge and passion for all things moss. We learn about different moss varieties and preserving techniques and talk about the meaning and importance of biophilia in today’s workplaces. Sustainability is key to Richard’s work and he talks about the ways in which he strives to ensure his business is the most sustainable it can be. Richard also shares some of his favourite projects, and talks about his pioneering work producing preserved plant walls.
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