February 20 Lunch & Learn: Biophilic Design in the Workplace

By: | December 13, 2018

The Economics of Biophilic Design
Hosted by Khloros Interior Landscaping
Wednesday, February 20
12 – 1 p.m.
115 South LaSalle (8th Floor)
Lunch will be served!

This seminar will review biophilia – a design and architectural approach to incorporating nature into the built environment and connecting building occupants more closely to nature. Khloros will examine the economic argument in favor of biophilic design and discuss research that shows the how experiencing nature in the built environment is crucial for our well-being.

By attending this seminar, attendees will learn about:

  • Recent science regarding human behavioral response to natural environments and stimuli
  • How biophilic design profoundly affects human well-being and productivity
  • Recognizing biophilic design patterns and elements
  • How human responses to their environment are measured
  • The economic values assigned to incorporating biophilic design elements into the built environment.
  • How nature can help us all live healthier lives!

Amie Healy, Interior Plantscape Cosultant at Khloros Interior Landscape
Amie has been an Interior Plantscape Consultant with Khloros Interior Landscaping since November 2017. She is passionate about helping clients incorporate nature into their interiors. She has been a registered trainer with Green Plants for Green Buildings since January 2018.


Lunch & Learn seminars qualify for one Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit for graduates of the RPA, FMA and/or SMA designation programs. To earn this credit, please register and attend. Then follow up with BOMA/Chicago to request an official CPD certificate.