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Interactions with nature through other senses

Updated: Jun 20, 2022

Interactions with

nature through other

senses: sound, touch,

smell and taste

We Use Biophilic design as an approach to design that places human wellbeing

and nature jointly at the center of any of project. Translating the essence

of nature into design solutions, biophilic spaces actively support

our health and wellbeing while restoring a complete and balanced

relationship with the natural world around us.

The theory behind biophilic design has been described with a framework

of tools - called patterns - that are aimed at facilitating biophilic design


I predictable and non-repetitive movements recalling those happening in nature (birds chirping, leaves moving in a breeze...)

Varying lightins intensities and light changes over time evoking the natural cycle of day and night

Use of water and water mimicking solutions as design features

Naural materials and elements that reflect the local environment in terms of ecology or geology

Complexity & Order

Rich sensory features recalling natural spatial hierarchies (otherwise called fractal patterns)


views over a distance

creating feelings of

calm and safety

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