Interior planting schemes win three eFIG Awards for ISS

ISS Facility Services Landscaping has won prizes at the European Federation of Interior Landscape Groups (eFIG) Awards for the fifth consecutive year.

The contractor's scheme at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the capital won a Gold Leaf at the London event, while work at Carlsberg's Northampton base and Morgan Stanley's Sentinel Building in Glasgow took silver.

Planting at PricewaterhouseCoopers included Cycas, Sansevieria and Washingtonia, while Carlsberg went for planters that emulated beer glasses with Buxus balls. At Morgan Stanley, glass-fibre egg planters held Philodendron 'Red Emerald'.

ISS South East operations director Peter Stubbs said: "To win three eFIG leaves is a phenomenal result."

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