Some lucky British workers in London’s Broadgate have been treated to a new colorful cafe in their revamped office building. The cafe is particularly unique because it is decked with greenery from head-to-toe in order to promote and increase the wellbeing of the office employees.

The cafe is the main feature of a newly designed public space not far from the popular Finsbury Avenue Square (1 FA). The British designer, Morag Myerscough, created the vibrantly colored spot out of the 1980’s heritage listed building which holds a number of offices and commercial companies.

The project was particularly important to Myerscough who grew up down the street from Finsbury Park in north London. “My fascination with how the Victorians made public parks for city workers to get fresh air at weekends inspired me to bring the park to the workplace at 1FA,” she explained.