In this essay, MK Leung, Director of Sustainable Design at Ronald Lu & Partners, explains what biophilic design is and how it is shaping our homes and apartments.
The next episode in the Habitus House of the Year video series has landed! Tune in as we explore the concept of biophilia and wellness – essentials to making a home that is healthy.
There’s no doubt that our wellbeing is influenced by our relationship with nature and the spaces we live in; VOLA’s enduring commitment to wellness ensures our homes provide balance, harmony and respite.
Pelci Brisbane blesses Pellicano’s South City Square with a holistic skin and beauty clinic, designed by Collectivus to enhance mood and cultivate confidence.
Biophilic design may be trending but for HYLA Architects, it has always been an integral part of design in the tropics. This house in Jalan Harom Setangkai, Singapore, is a fine showcase of such an affinity.
A farm stay on the hills of Sukabumi, Indonesia, offers Goy Architects the chance to help realise a visionary client’s intention to build simply and sustainably for the community and beyond.
The importance of being outside and in nature is seeing a shift in the design of hospitality venues as they blur the lines between interior and exterior space.
In pursuit of more sustainable approaches to vertical living, Brett Robinson of Acre has brought a boutique multi-residential development to life, elevating landscape design to new heights in the process.