It’s all in the details. Living Green is a showroom and design firm that specializes in providing truly magical moments with all the best elements nature has to offer. We specialize in a unique approach to garden design that crosses borders, styles and trends. We believe that interior design, plantscape design, and style, should connect to the exterior garden in a seamless way, that incorporates the best of indoor and outdoor living.
MEET THE TEAM
As a design visionary in the Bay area for 35 years, founder and principal designer, Davis Dalbok has led a movement of interior exotica and subtropical gardens, bringing inspiration from his botanical retreat on the Big island of Hawaii, worldwide travels, and, through friendships with some of the illumined design maestros of the world. With Davis' influence Living Green Design will always be a place of timeless, worldly and spiritual treasure.
After finishing Virginia Tech School of Architecture in 2010, Brandon moved to the San Francisco. Attracted by the city's beautiful weather and dense urban fabric, he became interested in transforming urban spaces into unique gardenesque settings. Brandon’s focus at Living Green Design is the design and installation of roof terraces, multi-dimensional vertical living walls and in bringing spectacular plant material into city spaces. Brandon is adept at designing high-end corporate environments, as well as residential specialty gardens.
As a child growing up in the Ojai valley, Lindsey developed a special affinity to natural landscapes and the creation of art at a young age. With a strong desire to help with the preservation and restoration of natural spaces and the flora and fauna encompassing these ecosystems, he attended the University of California Santa Cruz to obtain a degree in environmental sciences. Soon there after, driven by his passion for creation, his love for horticulture and design collided. Now as a garden designer at Living Green he has worked on projects ranging from roof terraces for residential homes and commercial high rise buildings to living walls and boutique gardens.