The innate tendency in human beings to focus on life and life like processes is biophilia.
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Biophilic Design is a relatively new strategy which is just beginning to enter the international sustainability conversation. It holds great potential to improve our built environment and especially our places of healing.
Join us as we define biophillia, understand what biophilic design is and analyze biophilic design principles in this introductory course.
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Everyone who registers will also receive on-demand access to a recording of the webinar and the handouts.
To attend the webinar, all you need is an internet connection, a web browser and speakers or headphones
Certificates of completion are issued after the webinar & CE hours are automatically reported to USGBC & AIA!
Presented By Lilli Fischer
I started out my career as an environmental educator at the Alice Ferguson Foundation. I took kids outside into the woods and down to the banks of the Potomac River, and together we discovered our place in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and saw many of plants and animals we share it with.
I moved to New York City to pursue a master’s of science in Sustainable Environmental Systems at Pratt Institute, which I completed in December. Last summer took a position with Terrapin Bright Green working with the biophilic design team on case studies, blogs, and independent research.
I looked at several outstanding examples of biophilic design from New York City to Singapore and China. I investigated how biophilic design could improve the guest experience and dwell time in the hospitality industry, and blogged on the potential for biophilic design and biophilic rehabilitation programs to improve outcomes in the United States prison system.
Several months ago I met Jeslin Varghese, one of the founders of GBRI. We discussed my piece Prison, Nature, and Social Structure, which was published on Terrapin’s blog, and found we shared many ideas. By the end of our conversation, we had the nascent concepts for several courses one of which is the course you’re about to embark on.