NATURAL ELEMENTS ARE FUNDAMENTAL IN A PROJECT

Biophilia was one of the most discussed topics during the pandemic, due to the forced need of people to keep themselves safe in their homes or to work, have new forms of family entertainment and all that, still keep your well-being and mental health up to date..

Many didn't care about having a home or work environment with a strong connection to nature., but biophilia is not just limited to having plants in a space.

THE USE OF NATURAL ELEMENTS EMPHASIZES THE FEELING OF WELL-BEING, WHETHER IN A RESIDENCE OR IN A CORPORATE SPACE

Biophilia aims to make a built environment more connected to nature, awakening sensations in different ways, with the introduction of natural elements such as water, the green of the plants, the enhancement of ventilation and natural lighting and the use of natural elements that can ease day-to-day stress.

In this project made by designer Alessandra Scatolin, the gourmet veranda was even more valued with the presence of vegetation and natural elements present in the finishes, making the space even more cozy.

The specification of materials, following soft and conversational tones, as in the use of the golden metallic insert coating the cachepot, it was totally harmonious with the woody floor and the natural straw tone found in the furniture, created a harmony in the environment, without losing the elegance.

BEYOND THE GREEN THAT IS FEATURED IN THIS PROJECT, THE BENCH DESIGNED AND BUILT WITH RECYCLED TOOTHPASTE TUBES, EMPHASIZES ORGANIC FORMS, WHICH IS ONE OF THE STRONG CHARACTERISTICS OF BIOFILIA IN DESIGN.

Water is another element that can enhance an environment along with green, because in addition to establishing a strong connection with nature, there are already studies that prove that the sound of water collaborates with the reduction of stress, bringing more tranquility and well-being, how it was done in this project by architect Giovanni Lyra, where he united the green of the plants with the water that flows through the Belamari tablets and that serve as a background for this space. During the night the tablet is highlighted with artificial lighting and during the day it has natural light as a highlight.

The diverse use of textures and materials is another feature of biophilic design, introducing architecture together with nature as if it were a single thing, creating spaces where this connection happens naturally and with the main objective of making the environment as pleasant as possible.

In this space created by architect Jean de Just, he opted for the use of custom porcelain tile panels, with different textures and colors creating an even greater connection with the vertical garden, the palm trees inside the living room and the outdoor garden that connects with the internal environment..