This Webinar is now available to view on youtube: YouTube channel
or this link by Deakin Webinars: Designed by Nature: How sensory architecture can improve our well-being
Spending time in nature has significant positive effects on our emotional and physical wellbeing. How do we maintain this in a time of ever-increasing urbanisation?
In this webinar, Dr Phillip Roös explores the concept of our human desire to be part of nature, also known as Biophilia, and how this can inform architecture in wonderful ways.
What does it take to give a building soul? In this webinar, Dr Phillip Roös will explore the concept of our human desire to be part of nature, also known as biophilia, and how this can inform architecture in wonderful ways. He will focus on how these natural design elements have historically been integrated in architecture, some current best practice examples, and the positive effects they can have on our well-being.
Wednesday 26 February 2020.
12.30 pm - 1.30 pm AEDT
Online. Register at: Deakin Online registration
Watch the broadcast
More here: Deeper connections: https://australiascience.tv/adding-nature-to-our-grand-designs/
NATURE DESIGN AND US | Biophilic Design Day (Melbourne Design Week in Geelong)
Come and join us in a full a one-day examination of the importance of recognizing our innate and fundamental need to be in nature and how we can design our homes and cities to include more of it and be better places in which to live. This will be a unique, immersive day of talks, workshops, installations and discussion to open your minds to the design possibilities of connecting to nature.
It was a great privilege talking about Biophilic Design and the potential implementation in large scale infrastructure rail projects at the recent IFLA 2018 World Congress. http://www.ifla2018.com. Thank you to the organisers and all the support!
Dance of Light by Phil Roös, Anne Wilson and David Jones at the Landfall Lorne Sculpture Biennale http://www.lornesculpture.com / http://www.lornesculpture.com/conference-program.php 23 March 2018
http://www.ifla2018.com/ (Singapore from 15 July to 21 July 2018)
Dr Phil Roös is one of the keynote speakers at this year's IFLA World Congress in Singapore to present a talk on Biophilic Railway Stations – Re-imagine the Nature of Transit Design
Weaving Landscape Fabrics of Ecological Cities:Patterns for Regenerative-Adaptive Futures, a talk on regenerative patterns and biophilia by Dr Phillip Roös
DESTECH 2016 - "Biophilic Design Applications: Putting Theory and Patterns into Built Environment Practice" - by authors Paul Downton, David Jones, Josh Zeunert, and Phillip Roös.