Webinar: Biophilic Design
October 27, 12:00-1:00PM

Biophilic Design

Thursday, October 27, 2016

12 pm-1pm

Presenter: Nicole Isle, Chief Sustainability Strategist at Glumac

Biophilia is the innate human connection to nature. Those deeply committed to its research state that it is a basic human need akin to regular exercise and healthy food. It is not a cultural amenity or individual preference, but critical to human function. There are over 100 studies pointing to the health benefits from human-nature connections. This short presentation will focus on emerging design trends in biophilia and the potential health benefits and economic savings it has to offer. We hope that it spurs creative and lively conversation around how your projects can benefit from biophilic design.

Learning Objectives

1.  Define biophilia

2.  Understand how it has emerged as a design approach in the building industry

3.  Recite the health and economic benefits of biophilic design

4.  Learn the design tools available

5.  Acquire biophilic design project case studies

Nicole’s Bio

Nicole Isle leads sustainable design projects and initiatives at Glumac, a full-service engineering firm specializing in the cost-effective design and operation of commercial, institutional, healthcare, and advanced technology facilities worldwide. The firm utilizes energy, CFD, lighting, comfort modeling and commissioning to identify and measure design strategies that promote occupant health and productivity. In the highly competitive quest to attract and retain employees and support occupant wellbeing, Nicole helps clients integrate biophilia into their projects, including Glumac’s own pursuit of Living Building Challenge certification for its Los Angeles and Shanghai offices. Glumac is a founding member and sponsor of the International Living Future Institute's Biophilic Design Initiative.  

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