Bioinspired Craft is the overarching concept of my current research that is positioned at the intersection of craft and science. With a focus on textiles and bioinspiration, I am exploring the possibility of developing artefacts that have the potential to raise awareness about our home environments with a focus on air quality. Bioinspiration as an approach to design promotes mirroring of natural models, systems and processes to solve human problems [Shu, 2012]. From this perspective, my current practice-based research in Future Textiles investigates what nature can teach us about creating home environments with healthy air. I am analyzing models in nature able to maintain a healthy habitat and look into how these models can be used to inform this design challenge. This research underlines a new dimension of home as ‘smart’, a home that contributes to the health of its inhabitants not by making use of high technology, but rather using a low-tech approach, inspired by nature’s way of staying healthy. The practice involved in this research is drawing upon my detailed knowledge of textile art and design and textile processes, with emphasis on printing and pattern making. My core belief is that by using my expertise in surface design alongside bioinspiration I can achieve my goal of designing for healthy home environments.