BIOPHILIC design

what is biophilic design?

This nature-inspired home office project focuses mainly on materials and textures. Since a plant-focused room is requested, natural elements and plants are used abundantly in the room. However, beyond adding greenery there are several other simple additions for optimizing the home office, including light and color. Green is the dominant color in the room as it symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility, and generally makes people feel emotionally safe. Organic materials like jute, straw, wood, and clay strengthen the natural effect of the room as well.

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BIOPHILIC MATERIALS

This nature-inspired home office project focuses mainly on materials and textures. Since a plant-focused room is requested, natural elements and plants are used abundantly in the room. However, beyond adding greenery there are several other simple additions for optimizing the home office, including light and color. Green is the dominant color in the room as it symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility, and generally makes people feel emotionally safe. Organic materials like jute, straw, wood, and clay strengthen the natural effect of the room as well.

PLANTS

This nature-inspired home office project focuses mainly on materials and textures. Since a plant-focused room is requested, natural elements and plants are used abundantly in the room. However, beyond adding greenery there are several other simple additions for optimizing the home office, including light and color. Green is the dominant color in the room as it symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility, and generally makes people feel emotionally safe. Organic materials like jute, straw, wood, and clay strengthen the natural effect of the room as well.

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DESIGN A HOME OFFICE WITHOUT AN EXTRA ROOM!

Tips & Ideas for Creating a “Cloffice” Closet Office This nature-inspired home office project focuses mainly on materials and textures. Since a plant-focused room is requested, natural elements and plants are used abundantly in the room. However, beyond adding greenery there are several other simple additions for optimizing the home office, including light and color. Green is the dominant color in the room as it symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility, and generally makes people feel emotionally safe. Organic materials like jute, straw, wood, and clay strengthen the natural effect of the room as well.