As people become more aware of the current issues in architecture associated with human healthcare, the adaptation of the biophilic design concept is on an influential run. The biophilia hypothesis claims that humans have an innate affinity towards nature and that their connection is beneficial.
Learn more on how the integration of greenery, light, water and all sorts of natural elements in interiors positively affects people’s perception of space and the time spent on it.
Guest: Dr Jelena Brajkovic, Research Associate - Faculty of Architecture / University of Belgrade
Dunja Jovanović is the founder of the Ffm platform which is focused on education on sustainable fashion, advocacy, and development of tools that promote and enable environmentally friendly habits among the general public.
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