Biophilia is defined as a love of the living world. We seek nature, especially when we don't feel well. Our work as architects and designers should embrace nature as the teacher to solve complex issues in challenging building spaces.
This webinar will explain the mathematics, physics and biology that support the biophilic behavior and it will further discuss circadian and color kinetic lighting, human sustainability, healthy buildings, human factors, and nature's geometry of fractals as design tools for the built environment.
- Examine the basic tenants of human sustainability and ways the built environment impacts our human biology.
- Investigate the healing power of nature to enhance the user experience, reduce stress, improve cognitive performance, and support health and wellness.
- Understand the architectural and design applications of nature’s geometry, as seen in structure, shape, color and light.
- Obtain new nature-based design tools to provide design for improved health outcomes.
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