interiors is all
interiors is all
Biophilic design increases your connection to nature and natural processes in the places you live and work. This improved connection can benefit your wellbeing by reducing stress and improving restoration, which helps you stay healthier and achieve better results in your daily activities.
While the science behind biophilic design is complex, we can help you apply simple principles to create spaces that make you feel the way you want to feel.
Visual, auditory, olfactory, and tactile signals are constantly bombarding our five senses. The sum of these encounters causes us to experience a wide range of emotions and moods.
These collections based on mood states help you promote the appropriate mood for your needs.
We react differently to different colours. They can make us feel happy, sad, excited, scared, hungry...
Color has such a personal impact on each of us. They produce different reactions depending on how light or dark they are, or how saturated or washed out they are.
While the impact of color on behavior is still being studied in many ways, take a look at these intuitive collections based on various hues.
Living spaces that incorporate a lot of natural materials - preferably as minimally processed as possible - provide us with a direct connection to the outside.
Certain patterns and forms in nature are inherently pleasing to look at, and they can have a positive effect on our well-being. We may be able to improve the experience of those who occupy homes, public spaces, and commercial buildings by incorporating natural patterns.
The patterns shown below are examples of those found in nature that can be incorporated into our interior design.
Even short bursts - whether it's looking through a window or even just a picture of the natural world - seems to relax people, lower their heart rate, blood pressure and stress levels and sharpen their concentration.
Life and natural habitats: forests, fires, water and sun are experienced using our senses. This promotes care and attachment for these elements. The only natural thing is to fill our indoor spaces with vivid sensorial experiences.
Modern society, where most peple live in densely populated urban surroundings, is separating us increasingly from any meaningful contact with nature. But why should that matter? The answer is we've discovered there's a direct link between contact with nature and wellbeing.
Because we spend so much time indoors, it's important to consider how interior design can help improve mental health. The more comfortable we are indoors, the better our health and well-being. Discover the factors to consider when designing interiors that will have a positive impact on your mind.
Learn about the benefits of nature-inspired design for better health. Improve your ability to create healthier, yet stylish, living environments.