Through self-isolation and spending more time indoors, many people have quite literally lost touch with nature over the past year. With all the benefits just being in close proximity to trees and plants bring, intentional biophilic design is more important than ever.
An article from Advices Academy explains that humans actually “crave” natural settings. Intentional biophilic design takes the sensory elements humans respond to in nature and adapts them into décor or window treatments for a space.
Some of the benefits that come with this method include increased productivity, a cleaner environment and decreased stress levels.
Read more about the benefits of biophilic design in the full article at Advices Academy here.
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