From the rooftop pool to the multi-purpose common spaces made for playing and relaxing, the Hub at Tucson student housing building was truly built to be a “hub” of youthful activity. Constructed in 2016 and designed by the firm Core Spaces, this luxury off-campus complex houses students from the University of Arizona. Recently we were […]
What do you get when you cover the walls of an upscale clothing store in an iconic Southern California shopping center in rich, vivid greenery? A design experience that customers will remember.
A building’s lobby is said to have the single greatest impact on guests and visitors than any other public area. It will either create a positive or negative visitor experience, depending in large part on its design. This was likely the thinking of award-winning Ambius designer, and Artificial Plants Unlimited client, Roel Ventura when tasked […]
Whether you’re a designer or homeowner, you will love our selection of space dividers and privacy screens made with our realistic-looking faux plants. Browse our selection below to choose the right one for your space and style.
Artificial Plants Unlimited is a premium provider of custom topiary shapes made to order for businesses, theme parks, commercial spaces, shopping centers, universities, retail stores, and many more applications. If you are considering creating a branded or logo-based topiary for your business, we have answered a few of the most common questions we receive about custom topiaries. Don’t see your question below? Not to worry—call us at 1-888-320-0626 and we will help you achieve your topiary vision. Read more
Biophilic design, connecting people with nature, continues to reign as a major trend in hospitality design. Countless studies have shown the positive effects of nature-based design themes on people, including decreased stress and an increased sense of well-being. And these effects aren’t limited to live plants; it’s been proven that simply looking at representations of nature (such as lifelike artificial plants) has similar effects. Read more
Iconic amusement park Knott’s Berry Farm is considered one of America’s “must see” attractions. Southern California natives and visitors alike return to this historic park every year, which had its humble beginnings in 1920 as a simple roadside stand owned and operated by the Knott family. Eventually the location evolved into the famous Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant, which first opened in 1934, before shops, roller coasters, and other attractions were added. Read more
In operation from 1851 to 1990, the Charles Street Jail of Boston, Massachusetts, temporarily housed some of the world’s most famous people, from Malcolm X to suffragette protesters. Reformed in 2007 as the Liberty Hotel, a luxury boutique hotel set in the Beacon Hill neighborhood, the old jail has become a hot spot for locals and tourists alike. What was once the jail’s “drunk tank,” where inebriated disturbers-of-the-peace were placed to dry out, is now a chic eatery called the Alibi Bar & Lounge. Earlier this year, the Alibi’s general manager came to us for ideas on revamping their patio. Here’s what happened next. Read more
Hanging baskets are a simple way to add instant beauty to a place—be it a home, office, commercial property, or city street. But since hanging baskets live at or above eye level, with that high visibility comes the need for them to look fresh and attractive at all times. Our faux hanging basket arrangements appear lifelike, even up close, and are UV protected and fade resistant so that they will maintain their beauty season after season. Read more
Artificial Plants Unlimited (APU) introduces five inspired products with faux foliage–all designed for the savvy landscaper in mind–at the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) show in New Orleans this year, October 21 – 24. Enjoy sneak previews of APU’s latest innovations helping industry experts use sustainable plant management practices. learn, too, about incorporating fake trees and flowers in state-of-the-art planters from our sister company, Planters Unlimited (PU). Read more