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The indoor gardens are treated as extra rooms inside the home, literally bringing outside elements indoors. Lush green plants, flowerbeds, textured stones, and wood provide a living, vibrant, and beautiful interior to add new dimensions. One of the most exciting and modern examples I have seen so far across the globe in bringing a garden indoors is the home of Lee and Yukiko, designed by Dutch architects i29. I visited when the outdoor temperature was in the minuses but inside it was like visiting a home in tropical Australia.

It is not about our immediate well-being. We need to look after nature if we want nature to look after us. For centuries, the Japanese have been a great influence on how we can incorporate nature into our homes by incorporating natural fibers and materials and blurring the boundaries between indoors and out.  Shinto temples incorporated the belief that Kami (Shinto gods or deities) live inside of every living thing, from the mountains to water to rocks and trees. To be closer to Kami the Shinto temples were built around trees, rocks, and mountains in harmony with nature.

The more urban our lifestyle, the bigger the need for a connection with nature. It’s not just about bringing the country into the city. It is not about our immediate well-being. We need to look after nature if we want nature to look after us. For centuries, the Japanese have been a great influence on how we can incorporate nature into our homes by incorporating natural fibers and materials and blurring the boundaries between indoors and out.  Shinto temples incorporated the belief that Kami (Shinto gods or deities) live inside of every living thing, from the mountains to water to rocks and trees.

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