How To Bring The Outside In
Biophilia, or as it is referred to as the Inside-Outside trend is becoming more and more popular due to its refreshing nature and approachability. Angie Lee of FXCollaborative states “For 2019, there is greater interest in biophilia–emphasizing the relationship between humankind and nature, and the connections between the two.”
The merging of outdoor fauna with indoor living spaces not only makes a refreshing aesthetic, it opens up the room and adds textures to any space.
The Oso Industries Rollerboy 28 fits perfectly in a house inspired by the outdoors. Reminiscent of tree trunks, this multifunctional table works well both indoors and outdoors. Over time it weathers naturally, adding to it’s organic look.
This indoor-outdoor living space from Thaddeus Stauber and Tracy O’Brien’s home is an airy sanctuary. Featuring an agave sculpture by Jose Luis and Jose Carlos Martinat inside and art by Pedro Reyes outside, Space International Design thoughtfully juxtaposes natural elements to have an overall cohesive multi-faceted and functioning area.
Guz Architects tackled the humid Singaporean climate by using trees to bring shade in this playfully modern home. This home comes with a green roof that powers the whole house, adding to the sustainable and eco-friendly nature of the biophilia trend.
As if growing organically from the ground, the Amorph Chimera Barstool is an understated yet visually striking piece in any nature lover’s home. The Chimera barstool comes in customizable finishes and heights, perfect for any forest inspired bar.
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