Staying Ahead of the Design Curve
Incorporating elements of nature in interior space is a great way to entice company employees to return to the office after the COVID-19 pandemic. Biophilic design has been shown to reduce stress levels, enhance focus, and foster creativity, all of which improve the work experience.
In the spirit of biophilic design, artificial light, synthetic surfaces, and enclosed offices and cubicles are being replaced by plants, waterfalls, natural light, outdoor work areas, and materials such as bamboo, stone, and wood.
Belbien’s WR series of patterns simulate natural wood to recover existing surfaces quickly and cost effectively.
Protecting our planet from environmental damage is front and center in the minds of companies, employees, property managers, and building owners. A building’s or company’s carbon footprint can negatively or positively impact a tenant’s or client’s perception of an organization. That’s why now more than ever, sustainability is being incorporated into interior and exterior commercial design.
Interior architectural elements that are eco-friendly are being designed into commercial space.That means new additions to space, such as furniture, fixtures, wall systems, ceiling panels, glass and the like, should not negatively impact the environment during production.
Belbien is available in solid colors within the neutral color palette to repurpose existing furniture, fixtures, and other elements with the familiar touch of home.