Architecture & space

Meet Content Creator and Landscape Gardener Daniel Virgnio in the Domestika Diary

Daniel loves plants. He shares his daily routines, sustainable projects and green care rituals with you.

Plants have the power to transform any setting, making them more cosy, personal and welcoming. Daniel Virgnio (@danielvirgnio) believes plant care is a kind of therapy that stimulates our connection to nature.
He leads Cafofo do Dani, which helps transform living spaces through custom project design and advice on social media. This content creator is also a leading Urban Jungle stylist. He teaches people how to develop their expressive side in a range of settings, by adding plants and giving personal items new meaning.

In this Domestika Diary, he shares his daily rituals and plant care routines. And introduces you to his friends and the colleagues working with him on A Casa de Aço.

Green therapy

Plants are powerful decorative elements. They circulate the energy of a place and its owner, adding color and light to any space. Dani is passionate about plants and interior design. He developed Green Therapy to give urban citizens a greater connection with nature.

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A Casa de Aço

A Casa de Aço is one of the sustainable projects developed by Dani, in collaboration with @diycore. This house was built using the Steel Frame construction system that replaces bricks and mortar with galvanized steel. It makes construction faster, more organized and more sustainable.

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Casa de Aço, Gramado (RS), Brazil.
Meet Content Creator and Landscape Gardener Daniel Virgnio in the Domestika Diary  8
Work on A Casa de Aço, Gramado (RS), Brazil.

Love it? If you want to learn how to make your home lovelier (and greener) by decorating it with plants, don't miss his online course: Expressive Decoration with Indoor Plants.

English version by @studiogaunt

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