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Biophilic design takes root in Alberta

Photo by Josh Kjenner, courtesy of Alberta Construction Magazine

“From natural shapes and forms to natural light and spacial variability, the Mosaic Centre has turned to nature for not a blueprint, but rather a ‘greenprint.’ Environmental features found throughout the building include natural colours, earth tones and exposed wood structures. There is a large planted green wall in the central interior atrium and potted plants throughout the centre. The design draws on natural light and minimizes the need for artificial light.”

Read the full article about biophilic design at Alberta Construction Magazine

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