May 2021: Sharing Biophilia on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter
This month, we’ve just finished recording our Cultivate’21 presentations which makes them available on-demand for those who can’t attend in person. Learn more about Cultivate’21 here.
We’re sharing links to biophilia-related posts on GPGB’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages. Please enjoy reading and sharing this information with your communities and clients.
To grow the demand for access to nature in the built environment we request a Retweet, Favorite, or Regram from each of you.
Need help figuring out how to Regram? Here’s a helpful guide.
Help spread the word and #BringNatureIndoors!
Biophilic Hotel Design is Going Mainstream
“What once seemed just an extension of eco-design is fast becoming a must-have feature to compete for the custom of discerning travelers.” Read More & Retweet!
Biophilic Design Gets the Green Light in Multifamily Housing Industry
Biophilia has quickly become a buzzword within the multifamily industry, as owners and developers increasingly blur the lines between indoor and outdoor spaces. Read More & Retweet!
From Victorian Gardens to Corporate Biophilia, Nature Inside Unearths a History of Interior Plantings
Despite differences in motivation and context, Penny Sparke’s new book finds evidence of continuity from the manor-houses of 1750 to the Amazon Spheres. Read More & Repost!
Architect Vo Trong Nghia Shares Insight into his Environmentally-Friendly Bamboo Structures
“I want all my buildings to connect humans with nature. I believe in biophilia, that people have an innate fondness for the natural world, and I want to exploit this in my designs.” Read More & Repost!
Add #BringNatureIndoors to your posts and GPGB will re-post it for you on our Instagram page.
We’re grateful for the important work greenhouses do, “giving each variety the specific attention it needs to become a well-formed plant with a sturdy root system.” 🌱