Junglefy’s Breathing Tree breathes new life into offices

The first installation of the new to market, Junglefy Breathing Tree has been unveiled at the head office of SafetyCulture, in Sydney.

One of the fastest growing technology companies in Australia, the company supports working teams to drive operational improvements in the workplace.

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The Junglefy Breathing Tree has 24 mini breathing modules in its “trunk’ and contains billions of microbes, that consume CO2, particulate matter (PM), allergens, Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and other air pollutants.

Building on 10 years of research and innovation, the Breathing Tree is modelled on the award-winning and peer reviewed Junglefy Breathing WallTM technology, developed in collaboration with leading industrial designer, Adam Cornish.

“We’ve been developing our breathing technology for several years but we’re always looking for new ways to bring clean air into the built environment. We got our team together and we workshopped and developed the Breathing Tree concept together” said Hisham Alameddine, Junglefy’s R&D Manager.

The architectural arbors incorporating Junglefy’s unique patented Breathing technology with climbing plants will develop a green canopy over time, creating a vital connection to nature for SafetyCulture staff and enhance wellbeing and productivity. SafetyCulture helps teams and workplaces operate better and is passionate about its own workplace experience. Making its headquarters home to the world’s first Junglefy Breathing Tree supports their commitment to employee experience and sustainability practices.

‘The Junglefy Breathing Tree helps us to put our people first by prioritising health and wellbeing in the workplace. The tree will improve the indoor air quality and create a space for our team to connect and engage’ said Keyna Fryer, SafetyCulture’s Director Workplace Experience & Community.

Each day, the Junglefy Breathing Tree produces, on average, 33 shipping containers of air, free of

PM2.5 and 15 shipping containers, free of VOCs. One Breathing Tree contains over 230 plants, and the design was originally developed as a solution to providing the benefits of a street tree, in a self-contained unit with no impact on underground infrastructure.

“We’re so proud to see our first Junglefy Breathing Tree come to life in the SafetyCulture office” said

Jock Gammon, Junglefy’s Co-founder and Director. “We couldn’t think of a better partner than SafetyCulture to work with on this first installation. We are committed to bringing health and wellbeing to people and SafetyCulture echo our mission.”

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