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  1. Mark
    September 6, 2015 @ 3:52 pm

    Connections to nature through imagery and interior designs have proven effective in hospital environments, it only makes sense to treat the patients before they get there. Biophilic design = preventative medicine.

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    • Diego
      September 11, 2015 @ 5:59 pm

      Great point Mark. I’ve been thinking about the power of healing through architecture/aesthetics for a long time and I have always wondered why so many hospitals are so poorly designed. The general public deserves better design, especially underserved communities.

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    December 22, 2016 @ 3:42 am

    […] Biophilic design does more than bring in a lot of pretty pictures or plants: It seeks to mimic the forms of nature and provide context in the form of lighting, depth of field in imagery, and other visual cues that allow the mind to perceive a natural setting. And the evidence for the benefits of this design ethos is growing. […]

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  5. David Frederick
    March 21, 2017 @ 1:50 pm

    Great post – pleasant office environments will always be key to enhancing productivity in the workplace. Especially if they are closely linked with the environment. We have recently written a blog post on Biophilia Office Design: http://paramountinteriors.com/blog/biophilia-office-design

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    July 18, 2017 @ 4:45 pm

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