Open Spaces Review

May 26, 2023
David Sunnyside

Open spaces are areas that can be used for recreational purposes or as a habitat. They are often protected and managed by local councils and may be public or private land. They can include parks, allotments, areas of natural beauty, heritage sites and nature reserves. They can also include cemeteries, rail trails and children’s play areas. They can be located near housing or on the roadside, or in urban centres.

The organisation protects scenic, natural and historic landscapes to provide public enjoyment, conserve habitat and working lands and sustain communities. They have been involved in the protection of over 2.3 million acres of landscapes across the US and Canada.

While open space work areas aren’t for everyone, most employees find them to be comfortable and enjoyable, allowing them to focus more easily on their work. Moreover, they are typically better for employee health than enclosed offices because they promote physical activity and provide more opportunities to socialise with co-workers.

While the brand doesn’t have many external reviews, their products are rated highly by customers on their website and they are a great option for people looking to create more open and purposeful space in their homes. Their products are aesthetically pleasing and durable, with some of them being made from sustainably sourced or recycled materials. Their prices are a little higher than some other brands but they do offer free shipping and returns. They are a subsidiary of the parent company Pattern Brands and donate 1% of their profits to Give One, a philanthropic organisation that supports neighborhood-based initiatives.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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