Biophilic Design CEU
Continued education with a plant expert & design specialist!
- 1 hr1 hour
Biophilia is the concept that humans have an innate desire to connect with nature and natural systems. Biophilic design builds on this human-nature connection to give designers a new framework to create spaces where people are healthier, more satisfied, and more productive. It goes beyond simple ideas like putting plants in a space or using natural materials to deeper forms and characteristics that evoke nature in a space. Biophilic design is based on research that identifies specific design patterns that have measurable, positive impacts on human health. The course reviews the science behind biophilic design and introduces 14 biophilic design patterns. These patterns are tools for understanding design opportunities, which interior designers and architects can apply to a wide range of projects, from public interiors to office spaces to healthcare facilities. Learning Objectives Define biophilic design. Describe how biophilic design affects the mind and body. Identify examples of the 14 biophilic design patterns. Describe the considerations of good biophilic design.
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