Biophilic design aligns buildings with the harmony of the natural world.
You want your home to function in harmony with the natural world. Today, biophilic design refers to a concept that enhances connectivity to the natural environment by using direct and indirect nature conditions. However, biophilic design is more than simply adding multiple plants to indoor spaces – it is a form of design meant to improve your mental and physical wellbeing by connecting the outdoors with the indoors in a creative way.
Choose the office of Paul B. Clark, Architect to create plans for your next living space if you are interested in the principles of biophilic design. Paul B. Clark has an affinity for this type of design, and many of the spaces he has worked on throughout the Peterborough, New Hampshire area feature biophilic design features.
Human beings are innately drawn to natural spaces, and Paul B. Clark capitalizes on this draw through biophilic design. Even if your building site does not have an incredible view or is not next to a waterfront, your home can still be designed to help you connect with nature in simple and subtle ways. Your home design may feature ways to bring plenty of fresh air indoors, large windows for allowing natural light in, natural shapes and forms, spatial variability, and more.
Your new home should be a place of refuge that helps you connect to nature and the beauty of the outdoors. Find out more about biophilic design and how Paul B. Clark can incorporate it into your new home design by contacting his office today.
Paul B. Clark, Architect, provides biophilic design services for clients throughout New Hampshire, including Dublin, Harrisville, Keene, Jaffrey, Milford, Concord, Peterborough, New Castle, Hancock, Manchester, Hampton, Hampton Falls, and Cheshire County, New Hampshire, as well as Boston, Milford, and Worchester, Massachusetts.