Biophilic Design introduces natural elements into the built environment to enhance wellbeing. Supported by science, it's a way for us to thrive.
Welcome to Blue Bamboo Biophilic Design
Designed with Nature in Mind
We design and craft products for interior spaces
We design these products to enhance your wellbeing
Our audience is the Leisure, Residential & Hospitality sectors.
We follow the concepts of biophilic design using sustainable materials
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Why Biophilic Design?
Biophilic Design focuses on restoring the connection with nature so frequently missing in today’s built environment. E O Wilson, a Harvard Biologist, described biophilia as “humans innate desire to connect with the natural environment.”
Making Bespoke Biophilic Designs Especially for You
Every space is different. That’s why we like to work with you to design pieces specifically for your space. However if that’s not an option for you please visit our Store Room where we keep a limited stock of most popular items
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Testimonials from industry specialists
Here’s what they had to say
Blue Bamboo is a forward thinking and inspiring studio that focuses on health and wellbeing, a key direction in design at the moment. Combining eco-friendly materials such as cork, with innovative design techniques creates products that go beyond aesthetics to enhance our experiences.
Your work and biophilic inspiration looks great – and I’m delighted to see that the ideas within this ethos are being explored in other ways beyond architecture and interiors. Keep up the great work and inspiration!
Blue Bamboo’s work manages to tie together the important ingredients of wellbeing and nature with art and design. The outcome works on so many levels. It is so nice to see work that delivers on both performance and creativity, very impressive.
Here are our blog posts
Photo courtesy of Nick Armitage BEd, FRSA Okay, so National Marine Week finished on 9th August (it’s actually a fortnight long). We meant to write this during that period but somehow missed the boat …. This year’s National Marine Week was rather different for...