Biophilic Design: An Alternative Perspective for Sustainable Design in Senior Living, is the latest addition to Perkins Eastman's extensive lineup of essential white papers.
Associate Hillary DeGroff IIDA, LEED AP ID+C, and Architect McCall Wood have co-authored the white paper to explore the potential impacts and benefits that the approach can have in senior living environments, using select Perkins Eastman projects as case studies.
"The social aspect of the built environment should be in the forefront of our conversation about sustainability. As designers, we can better understand how our enviornments impact us psychologically and physiologically to create architecture that promotes positive, transformative interactions."
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