0.7 min readPublished On: May 17, 2023Categories: Climate Action, News

When: Tuesday May 25th, 12-1:30pm
Units: 1.5 LU/HSW (pending approval)


Simon Turner | Founder, Building Cognition LLC
Orlane Panet | Co-founder, Micro Habitat
Vicki Worden | President & CEO, Green Building Initiative

Science shows that people benefit from daylight, views, and natural ventilation. Today’s technologies allow architects to incorporate biophilic design into building design as part of their net zero carbon design goals and project requirements.

As part of this presentation, a set of case studies will be used to illustrate how architects can design indoor-outdoor elements into their projects, in both new construction and adaptive reuse of existing buildings. These examples will show how integrating biophilic components can improve the quality of life for inhabitants, increase connection to nature, reduce operational energy demands and lower embodied carbon levels.


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