Published on: 27 September 2022

Updated on: 11 January 2023

Read time: 1 minute

Kim Dixon

Junior Designer

Why biophilic design?

As the office evolves and we take on a more people-focused approach to its design, we’re increasingly turning to biophilic references and styles to create the most desirable environments. We want workspaces that will bring workers into the office and help them to engage with each other and their surrounds.

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If we measure the effects of implementing elements and methods of biophilic design, using workplace and employee surveys, we can gain qualitative measures of what has improved in the space and which aspects of the design have successfully done their job.

Ultimately, the benefits of biophilic design are measured by the quality of life provided to the end-user in each workspace. There is no one size fits all. A bespoke set of methods is required which will depend on the given space and architectural elements.

Biophilic design is people-led design.The most important and over-riding rule is, never lose sight of the user experience.

In this document we explore some of the biophilic offices that we have created to inspire confidence that this really is the future of working enviroments.

The most important and over-riding rule is, never lose sight of the user experience. Biophilic design is people-led design.

Meet the Author

Kim Dixon

Junior Designer

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.

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