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In this Inspiring, Engaging & Interactive webinar we will give you an introduction to Biophilic Design.
Biophilia or ‘love of all that is living’ speaks to our inherent ability to connect with the natural world. Learning the practices of biophilic design helps us optimise our living and working spaces in a way that enhances our health and productivity, lowers stress levels and cultivates creativity.
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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: NATASHA JADE
Natasha Jade is the founder of Natasha Jade Studios, an art and design studio pioneering biophilic and sustainable practices. The studio creates artworks which affirm life and grounds subjects in space. Natasha is fast becoming known as a distinctive voice on Biophilic Design and as a renowned speaker, has run workshops for a wide variety of industries in the creative sectors. Her work has also been featured in various publications, including The Sunday Times. Her workshops focus on the universal applications of biophilic design which are highly relevant to fields of architecture, interior, and graphic design. Follow Natasha on instagram: @artbynatashajade.
Natasha is a fountain of wisdom in an area that is of more importance than ever. Biophilic design is so much more than just ‘bringing the outside in”. It explores the innate need for a connection to nature that we as humans have and the information and enthusiasm Natasha brings is refreshing, enlightening and energising. Couldn’t recommend her more– Xander Cadisch; PHOS: Architectural Lighting
That was bloody good. I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation this morning. A whole new perspective on art, architecture, design and airports which I had never considered. It was reassuring that so many of the points you made had a real resonance and although I had never heard of Biophilic Design it is certainly something that I will be looking out for– Sandy Angus, Chairman, Montgomery Group
Thank you for organising a great talk by Natasha Jade about biophilic design. It highlighted to me the importance of increasing biophilic design within our urban realm to improve sustainability, our wellbeing, and the adaptability of spaces. By employing nature within urban design, a better connection to the urban environment can be formed due to our inherent need to affiliate with nature. A lot of great ideas that I will take forward into future design projects – Alana Winstanley, Participant