At Tangletown Gardens, the Minnesota-based IGC is big on the benefits of biophilic design. For the unaware, the goal of biophilic design is to connect people to the environment and incorporate natural elements into building spaces and customers are responding with enthusiasm.
“We like to push the boundaries of design and encourage people to step out of their comfort zone,” says Carolyn Weigel, marketing coordinator.
Take a look at some of their evergreen offerings and use these tips to remind customers about the power of nature this spring.
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