Biophilia (Jargon Buster) G#16602

Biophilic Design in Student Space

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Biophilia Jargon Buster

Biophilia Jargon Buster
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Biophilia is a term derived from two Latin words: bio (life) and philia (affinity/attraction).

The word, in simple terms, refers to an attraction or a love for life.

But in much broader terms, it reveals an inner urge we experience to connect with living things around us– fauna (animals), flora (plants) as well as the universe at large.

The drives to be ‘in sync’ with mother nature and all its elements are collectively described under this term.

© Sandra Hayward 2018


© Sandra Hayward
© GBE NGS ASWS Brian Murphy aka BrianSpecMan
8th April 2018

Biophilia Jargon Buster
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Biophilic Design in Student Space

Biophilic Design in Student Space


Sandra Hayward GBE Team Member

Sandra Hayward GBE Team Member


© Sandra Hayward
© GBE NGS ASWS Brian Murphy aka BrianSpecMan
8th April 2018 – 10th April 2018

Biophilia Jargon Buster
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© Sandra Hayward
© GBE NGS ASWS Brian Murphy aka BrianSpecMan
8th April 2018 – 10th April 2018

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