GM Renaissance Center. International Riverfront, Custom Artifical Plantscaping
The Renaissance Center is a group of seven interconnected skyscrapers in Downtown Detroit, Michigan. Located on the International Riverfront, the Renaissance Center complex is owned by General Motors as its world headquarters.
Make Be-Leaves was approached by Trend Millwork company, to work together in producing a large volume of custom silk boxwood hedges and grass plantings for the large food court area of the Renaissance Center. Trend Millwork constructed the specially designed large scale planters, and Make Be-Leaves created the custom artificial boxwood hedges and faux grass plantings to fit into each planter. Working under an extremely tight time frame, Make Be-Leaves completed the project perfectly and on time!
Artificial Boxwood Hedges
About Make Be-Leaves
Make Be-Leaves, located in Agoura Hills, California, manufactures artificial plants (also known as silk, dried, faux, or fake) flowers and trees. Here is where landscape architects and interior designers are in control of the wild. We are among the top artificial plantscaping companies in the country. We supply an endless variety of bespoke faux plants, silk flowers, and trees. Crafting contemporary artificial plants using a combination of silks, UV treated fabric, and wood materials. These are commercially rated, maintenance-free UV stabilized artificial plants for indoor and outdoor living spaces. Make Be-Leaves is proud to be a GSA-approved, WBENC-certified Woman Owned business.