The world’s top companies are designing biophilic offices since this new approach can result in the savings of over $2,000 per employee/year in office costs from absence and illness, as well as a 15% increase in well-being, creativity and productivity. People sleep better and are 56% more relaxed in biophilic residences; students in biophilic schools have higher test scores; and hospitals could save $93 million due to more rapid patient healing. Rebecca will describe the key features of biophilic design including natural materials and patterns, complex but ordered landscapes, kinetic sculptures, atriums, water features, natural pools, swim spas, green walls, and how to incorporate these into spaces.
About Rebecca Lindenmeyr
Rebecca is one of the Northeast's leading designers, and has created over 350 Human/Nature Living Spaces in the last 10 years with sales over $5 mil. Her entertaining talks provide a unique hands-on view of the fast-growing field of biophilic design