The wilderness inside: embracing nature in the modern interior

By Frame |YouTube | April 8, 2020

Rapid urbanisation is reducing access to green space. At the same time our understanding of the need to live alongside plant life is growing. Nina Sickenga, MOSS Cofounder, Penny Sparke, Kingston University Professor of Design History / Modern Interiors Research Centre Director, Koert van Mensvoort, Next Nature Founder and Pete Maxwell, Frame, Business Editor discuss if spatial design can move beyond its fetish for a few well placed pots and lobbies with living walls and instead create true interior habits for nature?

This interview is part of the Frame Awards by Day 2020 programme, organized by Frame.

Frame Awards is a two-day programme with stimulating content that explores innovation in retail, hospitality, work and living through a combination of talks, workshops, installations, live judging, masterclasses and brand experiences. Beyond that, the Frame Awards honours spatial excellence across four main categories in interior design: Spatial Awards, Executional Awards, Societal Awards and Honorary Awards.

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