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The Concept and Popularity of Biophilic Design
Biophilia or "love of life" is a term that was popularized by E.O. Wilson, biologist, theorist, naturalist, and author. Wilson proposed that humans naturally seek connections with nature and other forms of life. In this technological age, a significant portion of our time is spent staring at screens within the walls of offices, schools, and hotels. As a result, incorporating natural elements into our dwelling spaces has become a growing focus of architects and designers. Biophilic design within the building industry is popular for the many benefits it is said to offer: health (both physical and psychological), environmental, and economical.
Bringing the Natural World Inside
There are many ways to incorporate biophilic design into your commercial space and it can be achieved with both natural and man-made elements. While some may begin by simply incorporating large potted plants throughout a facility's space, others have gone as far as to create living walls and vertical gardens. But it's not only plants that help to create decorative, natural spaces. Other materials can be used such as rocks, water, wood, and sand. Natural scenes via printed images can also conjure a connection with nature.
Biophilic Design Solutions from Liquid Elements Artfully-Poured Floors
Liquid Elements offers many options to use within a biophilic design-inspired concept. From Crush flooring that utilizes tumbled marble with natural aggregates for an earthy aesthetic, to Capture, a flooring system that can encapsulate virtually anything into a thick resin surface -- consider natural elements like sea shells, flowers, leaves, or even printed outdoor scenes. These are just a few options available to create the space you desire. We are here to help you achieve your concept. Contact us to tell us what you have in mind!