As biophilic design is becoming more commonplace in most modern architectural and interior design practices, it's not always possible to insert biophilic elements such as a direct view of nature or an abundance of natural light. Can a specific type of art or imagery play a stronger and more cost effective role in reducing stress in the corporate workplace and healthcare environments? What else can be done to assist in the health and wellbeing of those who frequent the space .
“Reducing Stress In a Stressful Environment” delves into the necessity of incorporating biophilic properties and important wellbeing elements, whether it be residential, corporate or healthcare environment.
3 Speakers will deliver valuable information on their experience in Bio:
Laura Hamilton-O'Hara - CEO - Living Future Institute will discuss how creating human habitats around biophilic design can enhance an environment.
Duncan Young - Head of Health & Wellbeing, Property, Lendlease – the places we occupy everyday influence our wellbeing. How can our surroundings make healthy choices frictionless and nudge us towards building our ideal day?
Tim Elwin - Photographer & Founder of Print For Print, will talk about how his social initiative which donates 50% of all profits to installing free art into public hospitals as well as exhibiting a number of his pieces on the night.
Join us for an evening of education, exhibition, drinks and canapes.