Green Spaces are Key to Cities Success

At Nomow we regularly work with architects to assist with many aspects of design, landscaping and groundworks and we understand the importance of green spaces in urban development.

A new study carried out by researchers at the University of Exeter has confirmed the importance of green spaces in cities.

Working with Hokkaido University in Japan, researchers analysed a total of 9 cities and concluded that parks, gardens and nature reserves all play a positive role in the functioning of cities all over the world.

The experts suggested that further development of towns and cities should feature green areas in order to provide maximum benefit to the people living there.

Turf not only improves the appearance of towns and cities, it also provides an area for socialising and recreation. Whether it’s somewhere to sit, lie or run around on, grass offers numerous advantages however it also requires a lot of maintenance.

Architects and landscapers are increasingly looking at artificial grass as a way of constructing long-term, maintainable and attractive solutions.

By utilising artificial grass in urban gardens, parks and play areas, residents can enjoy all the benefits of green spaces without any of the work.

While areas of natural turf quickly turn brown and get ground into the dirt, artificial grass stays looking lush and green 365 days a year.

Nomow artificial grass requires no mowing, watering or fertilising regardless of heavy usage or poor weather conditions.

Architects often turn to Nomow for a number of urban applications such as:

  • Residential developments
  • Parks
  • Shopping centres and supermarkets
  • Play areas
  • Sports pitches

If you’re an architect looking for the perfect answer to your next development, get in touch with Nomow today.