Biophilic Webinars 

 

Enjoy our webinars and sign up for our Biophilic Workshops. 

In the workshops you’ll expand your Biophilic knowledge, and, connect with inspirational members of the worldwide Biophilic Community.

Biophilic Design Patterns 1 - 4 

 

1. Visual Connection with Nature

A visual connection with nature can be naturally occurring with things such as a natural flow of streaming water, animals and visible terrain of soil or earth on the grounds.

2. Non-Visual Connection with Nature

There are actually many ways to connect with nature that doesn’t involve seeing it. This can be done through (Senses) sound, smell, touch or taste.

3. Non-rhythmic Sensory Stimuli

These connections are random, short burst that are found in natural environment’s but are hard to predict.

4. Thermal and Airflow Variability

This pattern describes the subtle changes in air temperature and airflow that occur when you’re in natural environments.

Biophilic Design Patterns 4 - 7 

 

4. Thermal and Airflow Variability

This pattern describes the subtle changes in air temperature and airflow that occur when you’re in natural environments.

5. Presence of water

A space with a good Presence of Water feels compelling and captivating. Fluidity, sound, lighting, proximity and accessibility each contribute to whether a space is stimulating, calming, or both.

6. Dynamic and Diffused Light

A space with a good Dynamic & Diffuse Light conveys expressions of time and movement to evoke feelings of drama and intrigue, with a sense of calm.

7. Connection with Natural Systems

Connecting with natural systems depicts the awareness that seasonal and temporal changes are a sign of a healthy environment. Having the awareness of the life cycle and seasonality can lead to a more relaxing, nostalgic, open- minded lifestyle.

Biophilic Design Colours and Patterns part 1 

 

Humans have always decorated living spaces with inspirations of nature since time immemorial, and architects have always created spaces using elements inspired by trees, bones, wings and seashells. Standard building designs are inspired from natural forms, and fabric patterns are based on leaves, flowers, and animal skins. Contemporary architecture and design have introduced a more organic approach to building forms with softer edges or biomimetic elements.

 

Natural materials can be decorative or functional. They can be processed or extensively altered ( wood plank, granite countertop) from their original ‘natural’ state, and while they may be extracted from nature, they are resembling of the items in their ‘natural’ state.

 

Biophilic Design Colours and Patterns part 2

 

Humans have always decorated living spaces with inspirations of nature since time immemorial, and architects have always created spaces using elements inspired by trees, bones, wings and seashells. Standard building designs are inspired from natural forms, and fabric patterns are based on leaves, flowers, and animal skins. Contemporary architecture and design have introduced a more organic approach to building forms with softer edges or biomimetic elements.

 

Natural materials can be decorative or functional. They can be processed or extensively altered ( wood plank, granite countertop) from their original ‘natural’ state, and while they may be extracted from nature, they are resembling of the items in their ‘natural’ state.

 

 

Biophilic Design Home and Office Interiors part 1

 

Biophilic design and architecture aims at forming strong connection between nature and man-made environments, which has proven benefits, such as helping hospital patients get better, office workers becoming more productive and encouraging children to learn.

 

Biophilic office design emerges far beyond adding a few plants to the office area. There’s an increase in evidence emerging, which suggests that biophilic design in the workplace can improve productivity, workplace ethos, reduce absenteeism and also boost concentration levels. These are all factors that can help a company to develop and progress.

Biophilic Design Home and Office Interiors part 2

 

Biophilic design and architecture aims at forming strong connection between nature and man-made environments, which has proven benefits, such as helping hospital patients get better, office workers becoming more productive and encouraging children to learn.

 

Biophilic office design emerges far beyond adding a few plants to the office area. There’s an increase in evidence emerging, which suggests that biophilic design in the workplace can improve productivity, workplace ethos, reduce absenteeism and also boost concentration levels. These are all factors that can help a company to develop and progress.

If you enjoyed our WEBINARS, why not sign up to our Biophilic Workshops where you can connect with like minded people in the Biophilic Community and develop your knowledge further in Biophilic Design!

Harleen McLean Interiors

2, Inglis Street

SE5 9QT

London

United Kingdom

 

+ 44 (0) 7885 720 377

harleen@harleenmclean.com

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