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Biophilic design is taking the commercial building interior design world by storm and it’s a trend that’s here to stay. It revolves around bringing nature indoors to calm and inspire building inhabitants and visitors.
On the surface, it may seem simple, idealistic or a fad to appease today’s workforce. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth as, increasingly, commercial buildings are becoming greener around the world.
Want to find out more about how the biophilic movement is garnering the spotlight on the worldwide interior design stage? A recent Wall Street Journal article may inspire you to makeover your workspace.
The sky’s the limit with biophilic design. Living walls, plant-filled lunch rooms and indoor water features are some of the core elements that can be incorporated into an array of commercial space from office buildings and healthcare facilities to hotels and retail outlets.
Locally, the Raimondi Horticultural Group employs an experienced team of designers who understand current guidelines and recommendations for quality interior environments including air and water standards.
We work with commercial building owners and property managers every day who are realizing a return on investment within a year after implementing WELL standards and biophilic design.