Landscape design for interior spaces is the discipline of planning, installing, and maintaining vegetation and biophilic components in buildings and other structures. Interior plantscaping or interiorscaping are the terms used most frequently by professionals in the industry to describe this service.
As a phrase used by some periodicals to define all of the items installed in an interior, such as furnishings and art, the term “interior landscape” is appropriate. When used in this context, the term does not refer to a technical category, but rather to a handy word combination that works well for a headline. Interior landscaping is a term used in the design community to refer to plants, whether they are living or artificial.
Interior landscaping is a mature and specialized sector that has proven to be robust and a necessary service for building interiors throughout the years.
It is architectural design that continues to advance the profession, which was born out of a transition in building materials from ornamental masonry to floor-to-ceiling glass curtain walls. The abundance of natural light contributed to the establishment of commercial buildings as the unofficial residences of the obsequious office Ficus species. In the modern day, enhanced window glass and artificial lighting contribute to providing superior quality light to human occupiers, which is also beneficial to plants. The outcome is that internal landscaping remains relevant and essential in the fields of architecture and interior design.
There are a variety of techniques to generating an architectural solution.