Kenneth Freeman is an expert on how, why and where to use plants in buildings. He is a technical consultant and has been involved in the design and maintenance of commercial indoor plant schemes all around the world.
Kenneth has worked with plants for over 30 years in fields as diverse as plant breeding, crop protection and interior landscaping. He has led research, development and education programmes for interior landscapers in several countries as well as supervising, as an industry sponsor, academic research into the physical and psychological benefits of greenery and biophilic design.
As well as having a detailed understanding about the biology of indoor plants and how to care for and maintain interior landscapes, Kenneth has also developed several educational programmes for interior landscapers, architects and facilities professionals and has spoken at several conferences in Europe and North America.
Kenneth was also the technical consultant for several award-winning educational exhibits at the Chelsea Flower Show, including a gold medal winner, and he is also the current chair of the UK trade association for interior landscapers, Plants at Work.
Kenneth has supported OHD’s work with creative and technical horticultural expertise for numerous projects, at a range of scales.