Interior Landscape Design 11

Interior Landscape Design

By: Rick Hess / Mae Case, DISD

Have you noticed more and more living walls and vertical gardens popping up in your city?  While some interior design trends come and go in the blink of an eye (remember when Pinterest was awash in herringbone?), Design Institute of San Diego expects interior landscape design to be a sustainability trend with staying power, since these plant features can bring health benefits as well as an intriguing focal point.  Although designers and architects have been incorporating plants into their spaces for decades, as the desire to “go green” has gone mainstream, clients are increasingly interested in design features that put their green credentials on display.  Or the chef at the new restaurant on the block may opt to grow his or her own herbs within the restaurant walls, supporting the local movement.  Interior designers may also choose to bring a landscape architect onto the team to design a vertical garden in their client’s lobby.  However it’s implemented, interior landscape design is catching on in a very big way and its benefits are plentiful. – Read More –