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What we cover

Exploring the power of natural design, focusing on social benefits, investment value and the key principles for a long-term solution.  We’ll also cover the meaning of biophilia, the three pillars of biophilic design, and how we can support a BREEAM rating with our living wall system.  Throughout we reference research and share case studies to illustrate the points, and highlight the four key factors which form the foundation of a long-term sustainable solution.


What is biophilia?

The power of interior design

Achieving BREEAM standards

Nightingale’s legacy in design

How to design for success

Foundation of a long-term solution

Case studies & Q&A

Your Presenter

Steve McIntyre, Principal Urban Environment Consultant at ANS Global.

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