How do we bring back nature?
Do you enjoy listening to the birds chirping? Yes? And do you enjoy dipping your toes in a river? Is that a yes too? Then you probably enjoy a colorful patch of flowers? Yes?! It must be magic? Well it isn’t. It’s nature.
A guide to biophilic design
Keen to adapt your living and working spaces to improve the quality of life? Our biophilic design guide, carefully written by Dirk Wynants, the big boss at Extremis and head designer at DWDW, explains how and why to bring nature back indoors. Fill in the form below to download our biophilic design guide.
From tree to table
What is the most sustainable table? No table at all, of course. And while we love our customers, we don't want to see them back every five years for a new table. In our minds, this is true sustainability. For this reason, we went to the ends of the earth to find the best woods for our collection. Learn about the journey of our woods, from tree to table.
Biophilia, an introduction
As humans, we always seek a connection with nature and other life forms. The field that looks into this phenomenon is biophilia. It emerged in 1984 and was pioneered by Edward O. Wilson, an American biologist, naturalist and writer.