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Di Mazno Restaurant, Saudi Arabia by MSD STUDIO

Project name:
Di Mazno Restaurant
Architecture firm:
Saudi Arabia
Tools used:
Autodesk 3ds Max, Adobe Photoshop, Corona Render
Principal architect:
Mohamed El-Sherif
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Interior design: MSD STUDIO
Hospitality › Restaurant

MSD STUDIO: Presenting both abstractly and in line with contemporary trends, the fusion of Italian luxury neoclassical design and Arabian influences poses a unique and innovative challenge. Di Manzo exemplifies a captivating blend of harmonious design elements, wherein luxurious components and visual serenity converge through the utilization of light colors and meticulously crafted high-quality textured wallpapers. The enchanting Arabic ambiance is infused through resilient flooring, which adds a touch of mystique, while the thoughtfully selected furniture showcases superior materials and exceptional comfort, perfect for indulging in delightful Italian culinary experiences.

Green Therapy: How Indoor Plants Help Reduce Stress and Anxiety in Interior Design

As an interior designer, I've always believed in the power of creating spaces that not only look stunning but also promote well-being. One design element that has proven to be highly effective in achieving this goal is incorporating indoor plants. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, these green wonders offer a myriad of benefits, including reducing stress and anxiety. In this article, we'll explore the science behind this phenomenon and discover how as interior designers, we can harness the therapeutic potential of indoor plants to enhance the spaces we create.

Air Quality and Indoor Plants:

One of the key reasons indoor plants help reduce stress and anxiety is their ability to improve indoor air quality. Through the process of photosynthesis, plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen, naturally purifying the air we breathe. This increased oxygen level in the indoor environment has a positive impact on our brain function and overall well-being. Moreover, certain plants have been found to filter out common indoor pollutants, such as benzene and formaldehyde, further enhancing air quality and promoting a healthier living or working space.

By Liliana Alvarez

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