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Greenbuild Biophilic Design Interactive: Additional Resources

 |  As we wrap up Greenbuild preparations, we’re faced with one question: What do we do with all of the gathered information that just didn’t make the cut? Well folks, here it is – additional resources exploring the many design and biophilic research applications emerging from advancements in consumer technologies. — Read More

Biophilic Design Precedents: Three Perspectives on Evidence & Ideation

 |  In an effort to expedite the broad adoption of biophilic design, I’ve been exploring ways to build evidence and communicate success of industry-relevant biophilic design precedents. These are early thoughts on how we might go about filling knowledge gaps, proving the intuitively obvious, and establishing emotional connections to the built environment. — Read More

Biophilic Design in Hospitality

 |  Terrapin has collaborated with Interface on a series of preliminary studies to bring clarity to biophilic design trends in hospitality, to assess the impact of biophilic design elements, and to formulate an approach for further testing. — Read More

UPDATE! Clif Bar Biophilic Design Review

 |  Using the 14 Patterns of Biophilic Design research as a framework, Terrapin analyzed the Clif Bar project and identified interventions to support employee health and wellbeing. Clif Bar is likely the first food manufacturer to deliberately incorporate biophilic design into an industrial bakery. — Read More

Recap: Biophilic Design at Living Future 2016 unConference

 |  This year, biophilic design was a large theme at the International Living Future Institute’s Living Future unConference in Seattle, WA. The conference featured the first ever Biophilic Design Summit and Catie Ryan spoke in the session “Biophilic Design: Achieving Broad Adoption.” — Read More

New Biophilic Design Case Study: When Nature Calls

 |  Although our first three biophilic design case studies were well-received, we felt that our next case study should focus on a smaller but just as significant project: the biophilic outhouse. This audaciously simple design leaves the user fully exposed to the natural surroundings for the maximum biophilic experience. Read the full case study below:   Confused? […] — Read More