SPECIAL Q & A: How can understanding biophilic design help your home feel better? And should high level windows open?
On the podcast, I’m answering questions from the UA Community.
So, our first question is from Teri. She’s looking for ideas and resources to help her take a biophilic design approach to the project she’s doing. Don’t know what biophilic design is? You’ll love learning about this then.
And Felicity has a question about high level windows she’s putting into her home.
Teri has this question:
“Hi, my name is Teri Mason. I’m in Oklahoma in the United States, and we are building a family and event centre, and we’re wanting to do it in biophilic design. We’ve done a tremendous amount of research. It’s been quite a process, but with it being a little more unknown, obviously the resources are a little more scarce, and I would love to hear your input as far as what would you do to bring in more natural elements? Looking for shapes or inspiration areas or resources or just anything you could just speak to that, just make it a great place, I would truly appreciate it.”
And Felicity is curious about her windows:
“Hi, I’m Felicity from Victoria, doing a renovation. Just wondering whether or not cathedral or highlight windows up high facing north to south should open or just be fixed. The other window in the area is double-hung window across in the living room. Thank you.”
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RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS PODCAST:
14 Patterns of Biophilic Design >>> READ HERE
How to Incorporate Biophilic Design in Your Home >>> READ HERE
An Introduction to Biophilic Design >>> READ HERE
7 Ways to Enhance Indoor Environments with Biophilic Design >>> READ HERE
10 of the best Biophilic Buildings >>> READ HERE
Biophilic Design: The Architecture of Life >>> WATCH HERE
The Official Biophilic Design Trends Guide for Commercial Environments >>> READ HERE
How ‘The Spheres’ by Amazon will help you design your home and its garden >>> READ HERE
Your Home Website >>> CLICK HERE