As we enter this season of gratitude we want to let you know how much we appreciate what you are doing to bring information about the benefits of biophilia into the public conversation.
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!
Infographic – Biophilic Design: Connecting with Nature Indoors
AccuratePerforating.com offers this infographic based on Oliver Heath’s biophilic design materials. Use it to help you make your case for biophilic design with project decision-makers. You’ll find the infographic here
How Biophilic Design Impacts Wellness
Healthcare facilities that use biophilic design principles, like installing a circadian lighting system, can improve patient outcomes and reduce staff stress. Read More & Retweet!
#3 Biophilic Design 2.0 – From Living Walls to Living Hotels
The fundamental goal of biophilic design is to create a thriving habitat for people as biological organisms inhabiting modern structures…Simply put, we need more nature in our hotels. Read More & Retweet!
Increasing Employee Wellbeing Through Biophilic Design
Biophilic design can help foster a culture of creativity, improve clarity of thought, reduce stress and therefore enhance overall wellbeing. Read More & Repost!
Green Design Trends For Holistic Hospitals
Companies have been increasingly embracing biophilic design — the concept of bringing the health benefits of the outdoors inside while cutting down on energy costs.. Read More & Repost!
Add #BringNatureIndoors to your posts and GPGB will re-post it for you on our Instagram page.
We love seeing creative designs when it comes to incorporating plants into industrial spaces.
👏 Design: @wearerevelers
📸: @garowland Featured on @officesnapshots
Wall to wall carpet? No.Wall to wall moss.
📸:@tpgarchitecture Featured: @officesnapshot
Want to Help Keep Nature in the News?
Everything we accomplish happens because people like you are stepping forward and supporting GPGB’s focus on having conversations with the building professionals who can #BringNatureIndoors.
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