Long before sustainable and biophilic elements were put into practice, architect Nina Edwards Anker was implementing both in her work.
Through her studio work and involvement with tech innovation groups like Terreform ONE and New Lab, Edwards Anker has helped further the conversation surrounding nature’s influence on design in her industry.
“Even in a basement you can add natural materials and nature-inspired shapes,” Edwards Anker said in an interview with InCollect, a curated marketplace for collectors, interior designers and enthusiasts alike.
In addition to enhancing the look and design of a space, Edwards Anker’s role with New Lab looks at how “biophilic technology and design can improve clients’ lives in the future, not just the present moment.”
Read Edwards Anker’s full feature with InCollect here.