Biophilic Design | Bringing the outside in

 Biophilic Design principles focuses on creating a calming space with a visual connection to nature  to bring the outdoors in. It takes our bond with natural surroundings and works to apply it to our living spaces, resulting in measurable physical and psychological benefits.

Let's design spaces that are more human

We spend 90% of our time indoors in offices, shopping centres and artificial environments with harsh light, no view of the outside and with no natural connection. Studies have revealed that these types of environments often leave us feeling tired and exhausted with poor mental health.

But what if we could design spaces that were softer, kinder more human?

  Interior spaces with a biophilic design are based on a human connection with nature, purposefully integrating natural elements, materials, and life forms into architecture and design. 

The deep connection we have with nature is engrained in our DNA. 

By incorporating these natural elements into our urban environments we can reconnect and enhance positive productivity and wellbeing.

Australian Nature Artwork


Whether it be a hospital, mental health facility, school or

 office space, we strive to create spaces which welcome people to a comfortable and relaxing environment. 

By putting wellbeing first, we can help your business

 improve outcomes through increased focus, productivity

 and engagement as well as reducing high staff turnover and absenteeism.

The benefits of nature in design

  • Improves health

  • Increases mood and feelings of wellbeing

  • Improves productivity

  • Reduces stress levels

  • Mental restoration and reduced fatigue

Our Vision

Our vision is to create unique Australian artwork.

Our designs are exclusive to us and feature elements of the natural Australian landscape.

All elements of our artwork are created to harmoniously work together in colour palettes.

People around the world are benefiting from increased health and happiness in their homes, 

at work and in public spaces due to the integration of design principles inspired by our human connection to nature.