Investment of People Through Nature
 

Emphasis on productivity and retention is extremely undervalued. Homogeneity can serve to dramatically improve high levels of hormonal and cranial stress, the physical environment of the workplace can play a role in better health in both short and long term situations.

Disrupting your natural balance can result in energy drain and mental fatigue. This combination can induce stress, frustration, and irritability. In contrast the natural ambience of your environment can increase in parasympathetic activity resulting in better bodily function and reduced sympathetic activity.

To enable our bodies to reach an optimal hormonal balance, natural daylight, representational art, ornamentation, biomorphic forms and the use of natural materials creates workplace homogeneity needed by the human body to establish and maintain a serotonin-melatonin balance.

 
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The Basics of Biophilic Design
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The concept of Biophilic Design recognizes the intrinsic need for people to incorporate nature into their lives, improving their built environments through high performance development. Elevating the conversation and breaking new ground in thinking critically about environmental opportunities.

Natural analogues have a predisposition to one’s well-being, effectively the presence of nature can improve one’s health and welfare through physiological functions inline with associated contact in nature. Biomorphic forms, potted plants, water features, aquariums and courtyard gardens are proven configurations that improve our equilibrium.

At Ilan Dei we understand that incorporating nature into the built environment is not a luxury, but an investment in health, productivity and strengthens the social fabric of interpersonal communities. Improving well-being through the principles of biophilic design.

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The Value of Biophilic Design
 
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Biophilia, the innate human attraction to nature, is a concept that has been recognized for several decades by the scientific and design communities, and intuitively for hundreds of years by the population at large. Biophilic design has often been regarded as a luxury for property owners who want the best possible workplace for their employees, or who want to showcase their efforts to be more environmentally responsible.

In reality, improving community well-being through biophilia can impact productivity costs and the bottom line.

 
 
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