Want to apply biophilic design to hearth and home? Acclaimed biophilic designer Oliver Heath and the team at Oliver Heath Design have produced this engaging and evidence-based course and we’re happy to help him share the share it. It’s fun, informative, well-paced, includes interactive quizzes and learning activities that make the design concepts memorable, and it might just get your Pinterest world rocking.
Learn more about this course HERE.
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Cape Town to Boast Africa’s First Biophilic Buildings, Bringing Nature to the City
“Biophilic design is an approach to architecture that looks to connect building occupants more closely to nature. These buildings incorporate things like nature lightning and ventilation, natural landscape features…” Read More & Retweet!
Slack Headquarters – San Francisco
“Inspired by their CEO’s love for hiking and nature, Slack has adopted the adaptability and adventure mindset of the great outdoors for its new San Francisco headquarters.” Read More & Retweet!
What Are the Positive Human Effects of Biophilic Urban Planning?
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Inside the Greater Washington Workplaces that Make You Feel Like You’re Outside
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🌿 Adding interior plants can transform an ordinary, underutilized space, like a stairwell, into an absolute showstopper, like this biophilic atrium.
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