Authentically Green Interiors: Optimizing Nature’s Design

Registration Eligibility
GPGB Registered Trainers can present to your firm on your schedule. No min or max class size. To find a Trainer near you, email GPGB, admin@gpgb.org.
Start Date
01/01/2018
End Date
12/31/2018
Description
This one-hour program enables participants to quantify the environmental contributions of plants to a building interior. Attendees will gain practical insight into the bottom-line and human-centered benefits to designing with interior plants. At the end of the program, participants will comprehend how biophilia's design factor (the human affinity for natural things) profoundly affects the well-being and overall profitability of the modern built environment.
Location
Presented upon request in cities in U.S. & Canada., NY
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Development Trends
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
1. Evaluate and measure what our human behaviors and recent science demonstrate regarding the biophilic response to live plants.

2. Comprehend and apply what these measurements mean for green building designs.

3. Empower to initiate, plan and gain support for biophilic plant programs within the various planning and architectural processes.

4. Understand the importance of maintenance and the ongoing cost of having plants within the modern built environment.
Instructors
Joe Zazzera, Jim Mumford, Mike Senneff, Karin Horn, Heddy Salerno, Joel Pesapane, Teri Pesapane, Kathryn O'Donnell, Vicky Cate, Julie Farrow, Brenda Morgan, and others.
Website Registration
Course Codes
AGI
Provider
Green Plants for Green Buildings


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