Embracing Nature Design I Top Trends 2021

Embracing Nature Design
Zak Ik Store, Roth-Architecture

Hi trendies! Today Trendbook shows another interior design trends of 2021. The Embracing Nature design aims to honor this inexplicable concept, creating inspired pieces that perfectly resemble the miraculous nature.

 

Sustainable Design

Interior design and fashion design are catching up with the ties an introducing alternatives to plastic in their works, creating more sustainable designs.

Embracing Nature DesignZero Waste Bistro Restaurant, Linda Bergroth

Sadhu Restaurant, Le House

New Materials

The introduction of new materials into design, especially if these materials come from nature will a top embracing nature design trend.

Embracing Nature Design
Bleached by Erez Nevi Pana

 

This undated photo provided by Dutch designer Dirk Vander Kooij shows one of the tables Dirk makes by melting down old plastic toys, videotapes and computer components to make his striking contemporary Melting Pot tables. Designers and manufacturers are finding creative ways to recycle waste products and castoffs. (Dirk Vander Kooij/www.dirkvanderkooij.com via AP)

One of the top sustainable design trends is the use of biodegradable plastics. Made from plant-based raw materials, these plastics allow for a natural decomposition process since they’re all based on natural plant and vegetable extracts.

Kartell A.I. Chair

Vegetable Fibers

Materials that are perceived as humble like straw, cork, bamboo, or plywood will be used more than ever in the next years.

Embracing Nature Design
Essential Home
Z House, Zozaya Arquitectos
Sibipirunas House, Studio Otto Felix
The Cloud, Quinto Architects

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