Biomimicry & Biophilia
May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm| Free
Architectural Well Being: How the Built Environment Can Enable Healthier Lifestyles
How can we learn from nature to live more sustainably and resiliently?
What if all building designs resulted in the regeneration of ecosystem functions, improved the health and well-being of people, and added economic value to the communities they touch?
How has biophilia been adopted into architecture and in the built environment?
These questions and more will be answered at our next Break::the::Box Lecture Series titled “Healthy Architecture: the Impact of Design on Well-Being” with experts Amy Coffman-Phillips, Rachel Hahs, and Susan Heinking.
General admission is free, advanced registration is recommended. No assigned seating for this event. A recorded version of the event will be made available to UTRF members for free.
Please note: masks are strongly encouraged; these precautions may be updated as needed.