Interior landscaping: 30 projects that bring interiors to life


Interior landscaping: 30 projects that bring interiors to life

The introduction of elements of nature – such as water, vegetation, natural light, stones or even the use of wood – in interior design can provide richer and more complex compositions in the environment. built. In these development projects, the textures, the silhouettes and above all the sensations generated can establish new relationships of well-being and comfort for the user.

© Fernando Guerra |  FG + SG© Christopher Frederick Jones© Oki Hiroyuki© Christine Francois+ 31

We have already mentioned the benefits of biophilia in architecture and interior spaces. Today we highlight 30 projects that have developed different solutions in which plants and other natural elements transform the perception of spaces. Examples range from the insertion of these principles in closed environments or possible framing created through patios or small gardens that blur the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces.

FL / Jacobsen Arquitetura House

© Fernando Guerra |  FG + SG
© Fernando Guerra | FG + SG

The Stores / Cavill Architects + Jasper Brown

© Christopher Frederick Jones
© Christopher Frederick Jones

Flick House / DELUTION

© Fernando Gomulya
© Fernando Gomulya

House in Tsukimiyama / Tato Architects

© Shinkenchiku Sha
© Shinkenchiku Sha

Mi Casa / Studio [+] Valeria Gontijo

© Front Filmes
© Front Filmes

The Roof House / Looklen Architects

© Varp Studio
© Varp Studio

RL / Jacobsen Arquitetura House

© Fernando Guerra |  FG + SG
© Fernando Guerra | FG + SG

Oficinas Second Home in Hollywood / Selgascano

© Iwan Baan
© Iwan Baan

OJALÁ / Andrés Jaque

© Miguel de Guzman
© Miguel de Guzman

Mipibu House / Terra e Tuma Arquitetos Associados

© Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

Sibipirunas House / Studio Otto Felix

© Denilson Machado - MCA Estúdio
© Denilson Machado – MCA Estúdio

Urban hut / Studio Marcio Michaluá

© Victor Affaro
© Victor Affaro

Observatory Tij / RAU architects + RO&AD Architecten

© Katja Effting
© Katja Effting

Shoreham House / Tim Spicer Architects

© Willem Dirk
© Willem Dirk

Natural breeze and lighting symphony / MW archstudio

© Hiroyuki Oki
© Hiroyuki Oki

GYRE.FOOD Restaurants & Shops / Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects

© Daici Ano
© Daici Ano

Soul Garden House / Space fiction studio

© Monika Sathe Photography
© Monika Sathe Photography

Redfern Warehouse / Ian Moore Architects

© Rory Gardiner
© Rory Gardiner

Vanvaaso / Design Working Group

© Ishita Sitwala
© Ishita Sitwala

MeMo / BAM house! architecture

© Jeremías Thomas
© Jeremías Thomas

MLA / Jacobsen Arquitetura House

© Leonardo Finotti
© Leonardo Finotti

Asahi facilities Dormitory Hotarugaike KAEDE / Takenaka Corporation

© Tomoki Hahakura
© Tomoki Hahakura

Rocio Hospital / Manoel Coelho Arquitetura e Design

© Nelson Kon
© Nelson Kon

Fade to green / HYLA Architects

© Derek Swalwell
© Derek Swalwell

Naman Retreat Pure Spa / MIA Design Studio

© Oki Hiroyuki
© Oki Hiroyuki

Kodikara House / Lalith Gunadasa Architects

© Dilanka Bandara
© Dilanka Bandara

Kientruc o Office / KIENTRUC O

© Hiroyuki Oki
© Hiroyuki Oki

Squint / Opera HQ / Brother and sister

© Christine Francois
© Christine Francois

Green Concept House / YANG DESIGN

© Fangfang Tian
© Fangfang Tian

CH Maison / ODDO architects

© Hoang Photography
© Hoang Photography

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