Artificial grass: Thinking Outside the Box

22nd April 2014

We know that artificial grass has a lot more to it than sports pitches and gardens, but do you? Over the years we’ve seen the synthetic material be used for some wacky, bizarre and sheer wonderful projects by talented architects. Ever thought of a rooftop garden? We have. Sure, it’s no easy feat getting rolls of heavy artificial turf up stories high, but it’s so worth it in the end. What about grass walls? Grass ceilings? Rooftop tennis courts? The only limit is your imagination.

Artificial grass branding

We’ve worked on some fantastic projects over the years, using artificial grass to help build awareness of some really high profile brands. Logo mats are a fantastic example of this; we worked with Nike and 02 in designing and installing branded logo mats at a major England Rugby Football Union match last year. Oh, and we did the same for the England Rugby Football Union themselves - it was a pretty big day for us, to say the least!

Artificial Grass for restaurants and bars

The sun is shining, it’s a beautiful day, your customers want to sit in your outdoor seating area and soak up some rays. But they can’t for one very inconvenient reason: mud. It’s hard to maintain an outdoor seating area, especially if it’s lawned. You’ve got stilettos, rain and animals making it a mess; we know, we’ve been there. Artificial grass is usable all year round in all weather conditions, it doesn’t get muddy and it doesn’t need mowing; you do the maths.

Artificial Grass rooftops

Why not reach for the sky? With limited space, particularly in cities, we’ve seen a steady rise in the popularity of rooftop gardens, heck, even rooftop bars. We’ve installed a fair few over our time in the industry, and have to say that every result is as mind-boggling and amazing as the last. The novelty of being in a garden in the clouds just never gets old.

If we’ve tickled your fancy with our artificial grass suggestions then, please, don’t hesitate to contact us on 01642 713555. Let’s see what we can come up with this time.

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