Skip to main content.

Art makes a sustainable workplace

How art can help to achieve your corporate sustainability goals

When a business is strongly committed to sustainability, a Sustainability Officer monitors the policy and sets objectives to keep the company’s ecological footprint as small as possible.

Art can help with that.

Rent your art collection

Renting an art collection has many benefits. It keeps your team motivated, productive and inspired and creates a professional business image. Bernice offers a yearly rotation of your corporate rental collection. This gives a new look-and-feel to the workplace and there’s no need to buy the latest trends in office decoration every now and then.

Image under: “Zeeland” by Stef De Brabander  – painting made on recuperation equipment

Connect with local artists

By paying a fee to the artists as their work is rented, our clients support young emerging talents. Artist Marjolein Labeeû explains in this interview how this fee helps her to develop her art.

Customized piece of art

Why not using your office walls to have a customized piece in your branding colors? Bernice helps you to find the right artist who fits with your office style. This could also give you a tailor-made way to extend your company’s marketing message and the result looks great on social media!

Image under: “Suspicious landscapes – It begins with ambition” by Johan Clarysse holds a clear message and confronts the viewer with the climate change issue.

Sustainability themed artworks

A growing number Bernice artists are addressing sustainability issues not just in the theme of their works, but in the practise of their art making. Each brings their own style, from the materials they use to the wide-ranging concepts they cover. Magdalena Dalek, Johan Clarysse, Stef De Brabander and Luc Vandervelde are all working with this theme or making their art with used materials. Their art can be rented or purchased.

Image under: “Untitled” by Lux – Luc Vandervelde – made out of recuperation material