Sustainable Interior Designing Ideas
Energy Efficient Basics
Designing your home to avoid the need for additional lighting, heating and electric energy for appliances is a step on the environmentally friendly path. Reducing energy consumption is one of the ways to live sustainably, but there are plenty of other ways to consider. From the usage of renewable, non-carbon energy sources, to design innovation, there are a lot of things you can do from the very get-go to maintain the planet.
Local and Fair Trade Products
Retrofit, Reclaim and Recycle
Low Impact Materials
Avoiding non-renewable and harmful materials in your household is the right choice for sustainable day-to-day life. This sounds simple, but it’s a pretty tricky business. Anyone can tell you that you should steer clear of fossil fuels, nylon, plastic, polyester, etc. On the other hand, some materials are supposedly all good and sustainable according to their deceiving marketing tricks.
For example, rayon has a coveted natural tag and it truly is a biodegradable plant fibre. However, the process of manufacturing rayon involves energy, and water, and is chemical-intensive. In conclusion, instruct yourself and be mindful of the things in your household.
Creating Eco-friendly Interiors with CKDe
Our vision is to maintain nature connections to support physical and mental wellbeing across all aspects of the built environment; from cities to neighbourhoods; streets to buildings; whole interiors to the furniture we connect with every day.
Ckde’s sustainable architecture and interior design practice are founded on an evidence-based approach that assures that Biophilic Design principles are embedded at every stage of a project.
By succeeding in this complete approach, we can deliver powerful benefits to the health and wellbeing of the occupants of the building through our areas of work.