Published on:

21 September 2022

Updated on:

11 January 2023

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Kim Dixon

Junior Designer

Biophilic design - and its role in the workplace

As the office evolves and we take on a more peoplefocused approach to its design, we’re increasingly turning to biophilic references and styles to create the most desirable environments.

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We want workspaces that will bring workers into the office and help them to engage with each other and their surrounds.

There’s potential for all office environments, regardless of size of floor space or available funds, to embrace biophilia to some degree. Introducing living elements is an opportunity to remove the static quality created by a technology driven environment and breathe life into the room, putting us at one with nature – and with each other.

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The presence of plants increases a buildings’ occupants’ feelings of wellbeing by as much as

Meet the Author

With a varied scope of experience, derived from sectors including commercial, retail, residential and medical, and encompassing all aspects of interior design, Kim is a dedicated, creative talent who is enthused by spaces that fully engage the end-user. Kim’s vision is to provide workplaces that inspire the worker.