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2002, 2024

February 2024: Nature in the News

This e-newsletter brings you the latest information and resources on biophilic design, the industry, and GPGB updates.  Biophilic Design: Include This In Your Environment Now Photo: Parker Interior Plantscape This Men's Journal article will likely convince you to keep nature nearby

1601, 2024

January 2024: Nature in the News

This e-newsletter brings you the latest information and resources on biophilic design, the industry, and GPGB updates.  Hong Kong Tower offering 'nature on every doorstep' By Niall Patrick Walsh Archinect News Image credit: Ronald Lu & Partners Hong Kong-based Ronald Lu & Partners has

2112, 2023

Winter 2023 Research pages

  Winter 2023 Research Pages - Resources for Biophilic Designers, Green Building Advocates, and the Curious   Hello plant people and biophilic designers,  It’s that time of year when organizations publish their forecasts and trends for the coming year. Among the most frequently mentioned trends

1812, 2023

December 2023: Nature in the News

This e-newsletter brings you the latest information and resources on biophilic design, the industry, and GPGB updates.  Biophilic Design Embracing Nature for Energy Efficiency When it comes to creating sustainable buildings, architects and designers are constantly exploring innovative solutions to reduce

1512, 2023

The Intersection of Biophilic Design and Sustainable Architecture

Introduction: Sustainability is becoming more important in architecture. Biophilic design offers a framework for integrating nature into the built environment. Besides improving the well-being of building occupants, biophilic design principles contribute to biodiversity, circularity, and resilience. We will discuss where biophilic design and sustainable architecture

1511, 2023

November 2023: Nature in the News

This e-newsletter brings you the latest information and resources on biophilic design, the industry, and GPGB updates.  RICS Healthy Building Study Research by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (The impact of healthy buildings) and Brodin et al (Variation in

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