Embracing the movement will result in a more restful and restorative home.

| By Rachael Thompson | Interiors

What Is Biophilic Design and Why Is It Trending for 2023?

Embracing the movement will result in a more restful and restorative home.

In the last decade, an increasing amount of designers and architects have embraced the approach of blurring the indoors with the out. Biophilic design is becoming more popular and is projected to be one of the most significant looks of 2023, connecting homeowners and office workers to nature.

At this point, we can safely consider it less of a 'trend' and more of a movement – as the world continues to urbanise, the qualities of biophilic design become increasingly important. The movement is likely a result of the increased amount of time we have spent at home over the last few years, an awareness of the impacts our immediate surroundings can have on our well-being, and the growing concern for our climate.

But what actually is biophilic design and how can we incorporate some of its features into our own homes? Below, we explore the design concept in further detail.

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