LIVE EVENT: Delving deeper into the tangible benefits of biophilic design with the experts
Reap What You Sow LIVE will take place at our picturesque headquarters on the 28th of September from 09:30am until 5:30pm.
This exclusive event is free, but spaces are extremely limited. If you or a member of your team would like the chance to secure a spot on the guest list, register here
We’re delighted to announce we will be hosting an unmissable event specifically tailored for key workplace designers at our Falkirk headquarters on the 28th of September.
The researchers and authors of the recent project ‘Reap What You Sow’ will be joining us in-person for this unique one-day LIVE panel event where they will be discussing the results and wider implications of this ground-breaking biophilic design research project.
What is Reap What You Sow: Valuing Workplaces That Grow Good Ideas?
This fascinating biophilic design research project details the process of measuring and monetising the wellbeing and environmental vale of biophilia in architectural design. It explores how design decisions can be given a monetary value to enable real estate clients to fairly evaluate the worth of these interventions alongside other project costs. Find out more here.
The panel will be hosted by Journal of Biophilic Design Editor and Founder, Vanessa Champion, who will speak with Professor Derek Clements-Croome, Sustainability Lead of the UK Parliament’s Design Authority, Joyce Chan, as well as PLP Labs’ Savannah Willits, and our very own company Director, Adrian Byne.
This open discussion will provide a golden opportunity to question the authors and gain valuable insights on how biophilic design can enhance your projects from a wellbeing, sustainability and financial perspective.
In addition to the invaluable insights you’ll gain from our experts, you’ll also have the opportunity to:
*British Council for Offices (BCO) financed an earlier pilot study on the use of wearables to collect meaningful data from office workers. This previous research informed the study on the measurement and value of biophilic design.