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By Kim Pexton
Experts in the emerging field of biophilic design are finding that that people need regular contact with nature to be happy and whole. For those who live and work in cities, the concrete, glass towers, smog, and noise can drastically…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Sustainability | Wellness
By Nash Emrich
There has been an observable series of changes throughout the history of the built environment. The changes moved slowly at first and now are exploding with innovative concepts. And all this change has been in the context of the powerful…
Biophilia is a term that literally means love of nature. Stephen Kellert, who worked with E.O. Wilson wrote that biophilia is “a complex of weak genetic tendencies to value nature that are instrumental in human physical, material, emotional, intellectual, and…
Abundance Thinking | Sustainability | Wellness
The feeling that comes from nature is hard to describe. Biophilia is one definition of this feeling, and was originally introduced by Edward O. Wilson in 1984. This intersection between the built environment and natural world fuels my passion for…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Sustainability