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Biophilic design supports behavioral health

January 12, 2017

Because biophilia results in environments that comfort, it’s relevant to the design of spaces that support behavioral health, according to an article on the Healthcare Design website. Biophilic design connects building occupants to nature by subtly incorporating cues reminiscent of natural settings.

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