Date(s) - 13 May '21
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Biophilia is the concept that humans have an innate desire to connect with nature and natural systems. Embedding these principles in the design of our buildings and spaces can improve the environmental performance, but more so, improves the life of the occupants where people are healthier, more satisfied, and more productive.
In this session, award-winning Parabola Architecture will highlight different perspectives and goals of biophilic design and share insights into how biophilic design can create value and regenerative outcomes, as they have applied this framework in their design process for Google’s headquarters, 1212 Bordeaux, California U.S.
Marloes Reinink, GreenED Introduction
Topic: Overview of the process of applying Biophilic Design
Kevin Burke, AIA, and Carrie Meinberg-Burke, AIA
Co-founders: Parabola Architecture
Topic: Incorporating Biophilic Design principles into design process for 1212 Bordeaux Google’s HQ (Kellert Biophilia Design Award Finalist)