Naturally inspired

Innovative landscaping and biophillic design

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    By Jemma
    Oct 21, '19 5:41 AM EST

    Millboard has launched a brand-new informative resource for professional landscapers, architects, interior designers and master builders. This Hub of educational materials is entirely free and provides a single source for desktop learning, covering a broad range of useful and up-do-date information related to the world of outdoor design.

    Visitors can browse for inspiration, catch up on the latest regulatory news and even pick up CPD points from the comfort of their own desks! Millboard, manufacturers of design-led mineral board decking, states that after six months of intensive work, the Hub is now ‘bursting with informative and engaging materials and news’.

    Marketing Manager Caroline Birdsall comments ‘we’re thrilled to have created such a valuable facility for the industry — we hope that it’s of use to a wide range of people, whether they are looking for design-theme inspiration or wanting to learn about the most eco-friendly and innovative design materials available. It covers lots and we’ll continue to add content to it on a regular basis.’

    The Hub currently contains over forty pieces of learning-focused content, including videos, PDFs, handy guides, mood-boards and FAQs, in addition to a news feed that curates the best of the latest from across the leading journals and magazines. The Hub is intended to support the design of outside spaces from a creative and technical perspective, and will be updated to keep abreast of design trends, legal framework updates and items of topical interest.

    Millboard already offers RIBA accredited CPD and has recently opened the Millboard London Design Hub in Clerkenwell — a facility to host training sessions, architect-focused events and design presentations, as well as showcase their unique decking range.

    The Hub can be found at

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This blog covers the most energising and restorative landscaping, biophillic architecture and perma-culture projects taking place across the world! I'm interested in how we incorporate nature into our environments, particularly urban environments. As we progress into the twenty-first century, we appear to be moving ever-further from the futuristic aesthetic that our predecessors imagined back in the mid-century. This blog looks at the methods and psychology of natural influence.

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