Biophilic Design Case Study: Etsy Headquarters

Biophilic design case study

Stacey Lapuk, ASID

Biophilic design, rooted in our innate connection to nature, holds profound significance in modern interior design, architecture, and urban planning. By integrating natural elements and patterns into built environments, biophilic design has the potential to improve overall quality of life. There are many ways to incorporate this type of design into a space, and it is worthwhile to look at a biophilic design case study for inspiration.

One example that stands out in my mind is the Etsy Headquarters, which is detailed in an article by the International Living Future Institute. The article explains how biophilic design elements were expertly integrated into the interior spaces through spatial layout, environmental features, connection to place, human-nature relationships, and more.

This biophilic design case study shows how the interior environment plays a part in fostering a deeper connection to nature within the workplace. The Etsy Headquarters not only conveys a visually appealing environment, but it also supports employee well-being, creativity, and productivity.

If you are interested in implementing biophilic design elements in your interior spaces, we would be happy to support you on your journey. Schedule a Design Discovery Call with us to learn how we can assist.

Stacey Lapuk, ASID

Stacey Lapuk, ASID is celebrating her 30th year with her firm. Named “One of America’s Ten Designers To Watch” by Design Times Magazine, one of the “Top 100 Interior Designer in North America” by Blink Art Resources, and the winner of multiple national design awards.  Her goal is simple: To co-create with her clients the home of their dreams with responsive and comprehensive solutions, and timeless, beautiful results. 

Her full service firm attracts clients desiring the finest workmanship, materials and custom design. Facets of work include partnering with architects on new construction, remodels, kitchen design and bath design, color consultation, custom furniture, flooring, area carpets, wall and window treatments, lighting design, art procurement and antique acquisition.  Service areas include but are not limited to Marin County, San Francisco, Napa, Sonoma, Ross, Kentfield, Belvedere, Tiburon, San Rafael, and Pacific Heights.