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After spending over a decade under the artificial lights of the corporate world, I discovered that the root of my discomfort and mental health unbalance was being so disconnected from nature. Spending every day at a desk far from the windows, with no exposure to nature whatsoever and zero natural light in winter made me feel unwell for no apparent reason.
When I left my office job, I started to get out more in nature, in search of my true calling. Mother Nature has been a guide, teaching me a new visual language that helped me manage my mental health. I studied biophilic design and how it helps people reduce stress and improve their well-being by living closer to the natural world in the built environment.
I started handcrafting moss art for my home, creating soothing pieces inspired by the natural world. I used preserved moss, ferns, mushrooms and plants that kept their vibrancy and textures right on the wall, it was an amazing discovery! I loved how they transformed the room and created such a relaxing atmosphere. They made me feel in nature in my own home, this is when I thought this could be something beneficial to anyone.
I fell in love with the biophilic design concept and I enjoyed so much handcrafting beautiful art using real nature as my brushes that I decided to share this passion with the world. This is how Ninfa Studio was born. I opened a studio at Marlay Craft Courtyard in Dublin, where I loved chatting with people, sharing my love for moss art and natural interior decor and above all, I loved listening to their feedback and observing their wowed expressions as they look and touch my moss art.
I work with private clients, retailers, architects and interior designers to find the perfect moss art piece that suits their space. The studio is now closed but while I look for a bigger space, you can reach out for a chat about how to transform your space through biophilic design and how I can create that unique piece of moss wall art and interior decor that make your space a healthy and happy place to live.
Read my full interview on Artist CloseUp Magazine
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