This office landscape, located in the Flatiron district of Manhattan was conceived as a topographic moss landscape woven through a large open office plan, helping to simultaneously define and lend warmth to the space. The sculptural and organic forms vary in scale and appear to subtly ‘float’ above the floor surface. The forms are enhanced with a series of multi-stemmed grey birches, which further help to delineate space, and draw one’s focus to the various seating and lounge areas dotted throughout. The mosaic of deep greens that compose the moss tables create a dark canvas which serves to highlight the white of the birch trunks in high relief. The moss, harvested from New England has been dried and preserved, and requires no watering, nor ongoing maintenance.