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Biophilic Design Credits in Sustainability Standards

Introduction to biophilia in sustainability standards (LEED, WELL, SITES, Living Building Challenge).

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Biophilic Design Credits in Sustainability Standards

  1. 1. Biophilic Design Credits in Sustainability Standards LEED • WELL • SITES • Living Building Challenge Created by COA Green Team Ashley Yen Lan Zhou
  2. 2. ● Introduction To Biophilic Design ● Biophilic Design Credits In Sustainability Standards ● Examples of Biophilic Design In Municipal Buildings Agenda
  3. 3. Biophilia is defined as the inherent human inclination to affiliate with nature. Biophilic Design is the practice of connecting people and nature within our built environments and communities. What is biophilic design?
  4. 4. Biophilic experiences can ● reduce stress ● improve cognitive function ● enhance mood and creativity ● boost productivity ● improve employees’ mental health ● reduce absenteeism Benefits of biophilic design? 15% Higher level of well-being 6% More productive 15% More creative https://architecturenow.co.nz/articles/the-global-impact-of-biophilic-design-in-the-workplace/
  5. 5. 3 categories of biophilic design patterns Nature in the Space Nature of the Space Natural Analogues
  6. 6. Nature in the Space V i s u a l C o n n e c t i o n w i t h N a t u r e 1 N o n - V i s u a l C o n n e c t i o n w i t h N a t u r e 2 N o n - R h y t h m i c S e n s o r y S t i m u l i 3 A c c e s s t o T h e r m a l & A i r fl o w V a r i a b i l i t y 4 P r e s e n c e o f W a t e r 5 D y n a m i c & D i f f u s e L i g h t 6 C o n n e c t i o n w i t h N a t u r a l S y s t e m s 7
  7. 7. Natural Analogues Biom orphic Form s & Patterns 1 M a t e r i a l C o n n e c t i o n w i t h N a t u r e 2 C o m p l e x i t y & O r d e r 3
  8. 8. Nature of the Space P r o s p e c t 1 R e f u g e 2 M y s t e r y 3 R i s k / P e r i l 4
  9. 9. LEED v4 - Innovation Credit: Designing With Nature, Biophilic Design For The Indoor Environment A. Access to Nature in the Space B. The Design Offers Natural Analogues C. Spatial Properties that Align with the Nature of the Space D. Connects People to the Place, Climate, and Culture through Place-Based Relationships E. Opportunities for Human-Nature Interactions within the Building and External to the Building
  10. 10. WELL v2 - Mind Feature: Biophilia I – Qualitative Part 1: Nature Incorporation Part 2: Pattern Incorporation Part 3: Nature Interaction
  11. 11. WELL v2 - Mind Feature: Biophilia II – Quantitative Part 1: Outdoor Biophilia Part 2: Indoor Biophilia Part 3: Water Feature
  12. 12. SITES v2 - Human Health + Well-Being Credit: Support Mental Restoration A. Seating for five percent of total site users B. Visual and physical access to vegetation C. Elements that reduce noise and mitigate negative distractions D. Microclimate/other site-specific conditions
  13. 13. SITES v2 - Human Health + Well-Being Credit: Support Social Connection A. Seating for a minimum of 10 percent of the total site users B. Elements that address microclimate and other site-specific conditions C. Amenities, services, or activity spaces
  14. 14. Living Building Challenge 4.0 - Beauty Petal: Beauty + Biophilia A. Environmental Features, Light and Space, and Natural Shapes and Forms B. Natural Patterns and Processes and Evolved Human-Nature Relationships C. Place-Based Relationships
  15. 15. Comparison of Biophilic Credits LEED v4 WELL v2 SITES v2 Living Building Challenge 4.0 Biophilia Related Credit Innovation Pilot Credit: Designing With Nature, Biophilic Design For The Indoor Environment Mind Feature: Biophilia I: Qualitative Mind Feature: Biophilia II: Quantitative Human Health + Well-Being Credit: Support Mental Restoration Human Health + Well-Being Credit: Support Social Connection Beauty Petal: Beauty + Biophilia Core Imperative Required /Optional Optional Required: New & Existing Building /Interior Optional Optional Optional Required Optional: Core & Shell Possible Points 1 point 1 optimization 1 optimization 2 points 2 points -- --
  16. 16. Comparison of Biophilic Credits-Cont. LEED v4 WELL v2 SITES v2 Living Building Challenge 4.0 Biophilia Related Credit Innovation Pilot Credit: Designing With Nature, Biophilic Design For The Indoor Environment Mind Feature: Biophilia I: Qualitative Mind Feature: Biophilia II: Quantitative Human Health + Well-Being Credit: Support Mental Restoration Human Health + Well-Being Credit: Support Social Connection Beauty Petal: Beauty + Biophilia Core Imperative Engage in Biophilic Exploration ✓ ✓ Provide Biophilic Design Plan ✓ ✓ ✓ Meet Quantitative Requirements of Certain Features ✓ ✓ ✓
  17. 17. Biophilia in One Texas Center Zigzag Path Promotes Walkability And Curiosity Shaded Areas For Retreat Native Plants Communities Restoration Social Connection and Mental Restoration Supports
  18. 18. Biophilia in One Texas Center Prospect View For Openness Ample Daylight Helps With Circadian Rhythm Sunlight Promotes Productivity And Mental Health
  19. 19. Biophilia in Bergstrom Tech Center Wood & Stone Materials Nature Incorporation In The Design Of Interior Space Double-Height Atrium With Abundant Daylight
  20. 20. Biophilic Cities Network The Biophilic Cities Network facilitates a global network of partner cities working collectively to pursue the vision of a natureful city within their unique and diverse environments and cultures. Working Groups: ● Nature-Based Infrastructure ● Funding Biophilic Urbanism: New and Innovative Financing Tools and Approaches
  21. 21. Thank you!

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