GoBoat: From a glass house to a greenhouse

GoBoat's owners wanted to make a strong visual and sustainable statement by adding greenery to their pavilion and, at the same time, create a fresh, attractive space for both their clients and employees. SQUARELY COPENHAGEN offered GoBoat a system of self-watering planters that was the perfect aesthetic fit - the pavilion is made from reclaimed wood in the same colour as the planters. In addition, due to the functionality, SQUARELY COPENHAGEN's self-watering system was the ideal solution for a sun and wind-exposed Pavilion.
Contribute to a relaxing and healthy indoor climate

Create a statement with green and thriving plants

Highlight the sustainable profile and vision



The greenhouse

The goal was to integrate green interior design that would interpret the impression of a greenhouse and select plants that can withstand local and harsh conditions by the water. We purchased and professionally planted the selected high-quality plants to the tailor-made design solution, including extra safety measures 6 months of the maintenance service with the plan.

A multi-level green experience

While planning the project, SQUARELY COPENHAGEN's designer approached the client with the creative suggestion of converting the Pavilion from a Glass House into a Greenhouse. We presented several proposals including 2D drawings and 3D visuals. The concept was to give a multi-level green experience by adding planters with different heights onto the wooden facade. The design featured three types of planters, GrowON, GrowWIDE and GrowBIG, with the combination of both tall and hanging plants.

Should we help you with your next sustainable office project?

SQUARELY COPENHAGEN has helped GoBoat to create green environment. Get inspired by our cases and contact us if you would like to receive advices for how to convert your space into a green hub.