Combining harmony, zen status and Japanese simplicity with the cosiness and minimalism found in Scandinavian style. Where craftsmanship and natural materials are favoured alongside everyone’s favourite earth, green and neutral tones. Minimalist, functional and relaxing.
Transformed into multi-purpose spaces, homes are reinvented and adapted to differing needs.
Interior decor flexible and blended to cater for different routines. Visual barriers are eliminated, giving space to natural light and encouraging communication between people. The key benefit of integration is increased social warmth, helped by sharing spaces.
Biophilic Design is a technical term in design and architecture, which focuses on human connection to nature, introducing nature to the inhabited space. It has clear benefits in terms of health and welfare, such as increased creativity, reduction in stress, improvement in physical condition, mood and welfare. Achieved with use of water, vegetation, natural light, wood and stone. And with botanical shapes and silhouettes rather than straight lines.
Health and welfare, calm and security, comfort and cosiness gain relevance in democratic, durable and essential design. More conscious options coming from a transparent production system. Optimised consumption of water and electricity and use of materials which have little impact on construction, protecting the environment. Sustainable design includes reuse: local products and reduced consumption are integrated in the project.