We explore the best biophilic design in offices today.
As you stroll into the office of your new job, you suddenly panic and think, “Did I just get transported to the jungle from Jumanji?” But no, you’re just starting at a company who favors your health and wellbeing, as they have brought in lots and lots of office plants.
Biophilic design, which “seeks to connect our inherent need to affiliate with nature in the modern built environment,” is all the rage right now. And if you don’t have the budget to hire a full-time horticulturalist like Amazon, we collected some inspirational biophilic design in workplaces around the world in our four-part series on office plants.
Airbnb, San Francisco
We wouldn’t mind renting this space out, complete with a living wall to help keep things clean and green.
Now the question is, are these living walls handcrafted by local artisans?
This financial services company takes greenery to a new level, incorporating it via plant life and standard decor.
Keppel Land, Ho Chi Minh City
Development company Keppel Land has a new office inspired by the tropical landscape of Vietnam and Singapore.
Management Consulting Firm, Rio de Janeiro
The office of this management consulting firm in Rio brings the green heat inside and outside the office, with jungle-like design and a view of the famous Sugarloaf Mountain.
JOANY, Los Angeles
Health is the main vibe this health insurance concierge wants its inhabitants to experience throughout, including a spherical meeting room called the Growroom where employees can grow food along its walls.
LinkedIn, San Francisco
Connection is important at LinkedIn, and what better way for humans to connect than next to living walls?
We feel like we could dive right into the lush living wall at this credit card service company.
Cheers to this vermouth brand’s new digs in Milan, that celebrates the holy cocktail hour with a bar surrounded by a living wall.
Oriana Facade, Surat
No surprise that a design firm has a spectacular office with a rooftop retreat we’re really eager to visit.