Elements of nature like water, vegetation, natural light, wind, earth and soil, when introduced to the interiors, provide an intricate depth to the built environment. The interior landscape engages the sense and establishes a relationship of well-being, putting the occupant at ease.
Say a person imagines a space where they are the most comfortable; their imagination will always include nature. Biophilia is the essential source of emotional comfort. The more people are moving towards urbanisation, the more they are losing touch with nature. Integrating nature with the interiors rebuilds that connection.
Using indoors plants as part of the design and not just for aesthetic purposes is also about creating an eco-friendly environment. The combination of hardscaping, soft scaping, botanical forms helps enhance the quality of a space uplifting it to feel like a boon.
Indoor landscaping adds two aspects of design-
1. Beautification- Colour, shape, texture and fragrance provide natural ornamentation.
2. Air purification and Micro-climate- The greens adjust the indoor temperature and humidity, which is beneficial to the occupant’s health. The process of absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen, in turn, freshen the air quality and rids it of harmful toxins. According to Chen Song’s book 100 kinds of healthy indoor plants, the vegetative cover drops 8.2°C from the outer surface temperature.
Human perception towards green is biased because of evolution; it corresponds to the need for survival conducive to the comfortable temperate climate and availability of food. Intuitively, the mind associates even a presence of colour green to nature and vegetation, and one finds freshness, health, and tranquillity. Humans incline towards the prosperity of positive moods influenced by the natural surrounding; it is like an innate instinct where greenery receives priority.
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