• "Biophilic design" sounds like a very fancy term when you first read it. It comes from latin, bio —nature— and philia —love. The word “Biophilia” was coined by Erich Fromm (a psychoanalyst) who described it as “passionate love of life and of all that is alive…whether in a person, a plant, an idea, or a social group”. Applied to interiors, it’s basically design that focuses on including plants into spaces and prioritizes access to nature. 

  • The first few months of the new year are exciting and filled with resolutions and promises. As with many things, it’s also a great time to have a fresh start and change things up. Since we’ve been spending so much time at home, it’s even more important to take care of our spaces and make sure they aren’t messy or cluttered. 

  • If you have big spaces or high ceilings, you’re acquainted with the annoying echo that makes rooms seem foreign and unfriendly. And even if you don’t, if you have thin walls or noisy streets, these tips will help you improve the overall sound quality of your spaces