“Biophilic design is a design philosophy, and has the potential to intentionally reconnect people and nature through buildings. It goes beyond adding plants or a water feature and focuses on connecting to the particular ecology of a place, to its culture and climate to create buildings that are full of life.” – Amanda Sturgeon, author of Creating Biophilic Buildings, CEO, International Living Future Institute
Join Amanda for this hands on workshop that will explore the possibilities for creating habitat for humans. Together we will explore global Biophilic Design case studies, their strategies, processes and lessons learned and discover how to bring our buildings to life. Amanda will draw from case studies in her new book ‘Creating Biophilic Buildings’ and explore how to integrate nature’s principles and patterns into the built environment.
Plan to stay after the workshop for networking and conversation.
This event generously hosted by Interface
Transit Details: The showroom is accessible by bus (No. 56 towards Whipps Cross , 4 towards Archway) which both stop right outside the showroom. On the train, it is the Barbican stop on the Metropolitan and Circle lines, plus a 5 minute walk.