Bookings are open for the Living Future Institute of Australia’s Biophilic Design Workshops in Sydney (31 March) and Melbourne (22 April).

The term ‘biophilic design’ is being both increasingly used and increasingly misunderstood. As part of the Living Future Institute’s Biophilic Design Initiative, leading experts will deliver educational workshops to enable participants to integrate biophilic design into building projects, both new and existing.

Participants will be guided through the principles of biophilic design, learn from real world examples, discover how to integrate these principles into projects, and step up to a group design challenge. For the latter, participants are also encouraged to bring their own projects that they wish to investigate through the lens of biophilic design.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify the patterns of biophilic design
  • Understand the impact biophilic design has on people and projects
  • Demonstrate an application of biophilic design
When & Where

Sydney: 8.30am–12.30pm Tuesday 31 March in Waverton, NSW

Melbourne: 8.30am–12.30pm Wednesday 22 April in Brunswick East, VIC

What

A half day workshop guiding participants through the principles of biophilic design, using real world examples. The workshop will explore the application of these principles into projects, including a practical group design challenge.

Who

The workshop is for everyone who impacts the development or operations of the built environment, no matter their level of expertise or knowledge of biophilic design.

Cost

LFIA member/non-member  $120/$150
LFIA student/non-member student  $60/$75

Booking

Head to the LFIA’s events page to register and make a booking.