This category focuses on bringing natural elements into the built environment. Examples of this include incorporating natural light, views of nature, plants and greenery, and natural materials such as wood and stone.
By incorporating natural materials, forms, and patterns into product design, we can create products that not only look beautiful but also promote a sense of calm and relaxation. In turn, this can lead to improved mood and productivity, reduced stress levels, and enhanced overall well-being. Biophilic design also encourages the use of sustainable materials and production processes, which can help to minimize the environmental impact of products.
This category involves creating spaces that evoke a sense of nature, even if natural elements are not present. Examples include creating spaces with varying textures and patterns, incorporating water features, and creating spaces that evoke a sense of calm and relaxation.
This category involves using design elements that mimic patterns and forms found in nature. For example, using fractal patterns, which are found in things like leaves and trees, in architectural design.