biophilic

biophilic

Referring to biophilia, see there.
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In addition to better accommodating DPR's growing local team, the new office places extra emphasis on human-centered design and biophilic principles.
This year's jury members noted that high-scoring projects stood out for successfully integrating exterior and interior environments, incorporating nature and biophilic design elements, and expertly responding to the needs of the populations they serve.
This included an integrated approach to health and wellness that utilizes biophilic design and carefully manages natural resources.
Lakehouse's healthy infrastructure includes enhanced thermal, visual and acoustical comfort, MERV-13 air filtration, increased window sizes for natural light, environmentally friendly products, the use of natural and durable materials, recreation and exercise facilities, edible landscaping and biophilic design to enhance the human connection to nature.
Asean has also been gradually adopting the biophilic approach to greener and more sustainable cities.
The region has also been gradually adopting the biophilic approach to greener and more sustainable cities.
PONTE HEALTH's first Chicago property will be developed at 424-434 South Wabash Avenue, slated for over 21 stories of biophilic and interactive environments, a site which is a few feet from the Public Library and its "L" stop, a block from Grant Park and Congress, and near Printers and Jewelers Row.
From biophilic design to biophilic urbanism: Stakeholders' perspectives.
"Our concept is based on the principles of Biophilic design -- a theme that is ingrained in The Westin brand," he added.
"Our entrants provided compelling examples of how business can incorporate thoughtful space planning and biophilic design to create engaged workplaces and new ways of working."
The project's master-plan employs an approach called Biophilic Architecture, which is mainly concerned with incorporating elements from nature into every aspect of the layout.