Moss Walls – A Biophilic Design Solution
This one-hour program examines the positive affects biophilic design has on human behavior including wellbeing and productivity. These positive affects are quantified and the economic case studies are summarized. The three categories of biophilic design are identified. The WELL Building Certification standard as it applies to biophilia is defined and moss walls are discussed in detail as an affordable way of incorporating biophilic design into interior environments.
Business Practices / Contracts / HR
Campus Planning & Design
Healthcare & Therapeutic Design
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
#1: Participants will learn what recent science demonstrates regarding human behavioral response to natural environments and stimuli and how biophilic design profoundly affects the wellbeing and overall profitability of humans in the modern built environment.
#2: Participants will learn to recognize the three categories of biophilic design, and biophilic design patterns and elements.
#3: Participants will learn what the WELL Building Standard specifies about biophilia and biophilic design elements.
#4: Participants will learn how moss walls may be used to incorporate biophilia into interior environments and about moss wall specifications.
Joe Zazzera, Mary Golden
Green Plants for Green Buildings
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