Sound. In the form of music or waves gently lapping on a shore, it can give you unadulterated joy, enough to sustain you for the rest of the day. In the form of an unmanaged cacophony, be it in the office or at an airport, it can have you reaching for your herbal drops or earplugs. Or both.
A successful indoor atmosphere has a positive effect on the well-being of the people living in those rooms. Good acoustics plays an important role here and textiles can help to give it a distinct shape.
For 30 years, Dutch interior designer Francine Broos has been developing her own concept about the interaction between people and their environment: Nowhere else does her approach’s delightful consistency become so apparent as in the contrast between her living and working spaces.